Today’s Headlines

  • Texas Senate — Led By Bob Hall — Wants More People to Die at Red Lights (NBCDFW)
  • Senator Hall Does Not Believe This 2014 Study, But Likes This 2004 Study (Star Telegram)
  • SB 88 Was Amended to Exempt School Bus Cameras (TheNewspaper)
  • This TTI Study Shows that Texas Red Light Cameras Have Reduced Crashes at Intersections
  • 13 People Killed When Church Bus Crashes on Rural Undivided Road (NBCDFW)
  • …The National Transportation Safety Board Is Investigating (KEYE)
  • Rebuilding a Mile and a Half of Four Car Lanes in Downtown Houston to Cost $35 Million (HPM)
  • Driver Kills 50-Year-Old Man Riding a Bike on South First in Austin (Patch)
  • …BikeAustin Says Two Recent Deaths Were Avoidable With Better Road Design (Statesman)

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TXDOT May Have $133 Million Leftover to Tear Down I-345 in Dallas (Morning News) Student Believes Lack of Road Funding Is the Problem With Texas Transportation (Trinitorian) Houston – Galveston Area Council Sustainable Transportation Workshop, Fri, November 13 TTI Study: 47% of Children in Cars Not Properly Restrained in Seat (Valley Central) TXDOT Pilot Project […]

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Capital Metro to Consider Fare Parity for MetroRapid Bus. Support Emails Requested. (Brennan Griffin) Austin Traffic Counters Show Decreasing Car Trips on S. Lamar, City Plans for Increase Anyway (Monitor) Houston Spending $4.1M to Help Dinosaurs Store Their Horseless Buggies Downtown (Houston Chron) Construction to Begin on TXDOT’s First Dutch Junction on I-10 in Energy Corridor Dallas […]

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Todd Litman Critiques Houston’s Center for Opportunity Urbanism Report (Planetizen) For 3rd Time, Montgomery County Seeks Road Only Bond — Unclear What Lord Wants (Houston Chron) City of Austin Suing Texas Appraisal System, Says Commercial Undervalued, Appeals Unfair (Statesman) Fort Worth Promise of Better Bus Instead of Rail Hasn’t Materialized in Five Years (CityLab) San Antonio Signed Agreement With […]

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Michele Albenese’s Death While Walking in Dallas Was a Crash, Not an Accident (Morning News) Sign the Petition for Action to Make Austin Streets Safe for Everyone H-GAC Transportation Policy Council Asks for Public Comment on TIP Call Proposals (Guidry News) Houston City Council Candidate Calls for Reducing Parking Requirements Houston Chronicle Calls for Letting Market Forces Take Over by […]

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Public Meetings on Fattening 290 for Driving Cars, While Not Improving Transit (TXDOT) Houstonians Can Ride the Bus Free All Week; Take the HTDOT New Bus Network Challenge Grant Makes Austin B-cycle Annual Membership $5 for Low-Income Residents (KXAN) Public Comment Open on Houston’s First Comprehensive Plan (Houston Chronicle) AURA Believes Guadalupe Corridor Should Be Designed for People, Suggests […]