Today’s Headlines

  • This US290 Freeway Widening That Forces the Closure of HOV Lane Has Zero Transit Improvements (HPM)
  • New Apartment Construction Soaring in the Dallas Fort Worth Region (Morning News)
  • Public Private Partnerships Have Mixed Results in Texas Toll Roads (NBCDFW)
  • The Economist Firmly Stands Against “Free Parking”
  • Only One Week Left to Submit Comments on Changes to CAMPO TIP and Its Millions in Road Spending
  • El Paso’s Sun Metro Struggling With Lower Ridership While Trying to Improve Service (KVIA)
  • Capital Metro Asks Area Teenagers to Explain Benefits of Transit in Videos

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Center for Public Policy Priorities Criticizes Prop 7 Constitutional Road Spending Scheme Prop 7 Road Subsidy Fan Criticizes Efforts to Save Atwater Prairie Chicken (KeepTexasDriving) The Safety of Riding a Bike Is an Issue in the Valley Now (The Monitor) Low Income Folks Make Up More of the Bicycling Public Than “Hipsters” (Kinder Institute) Dallas Developers Believe the Center […]

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Metro May Offer Financial Assistance to Businesses Gaining Light Rail (Houston Public Media) Mariela Alfonso: Making the Economic Case for Walkability in Houston (UrbanLand) Montgomery County Voters Reject Road Bond. Has the Lord Spoken? (Houston Chron) Houstonians Want Transit to Solve Traffic Woes, Candidates Want Roads (Houston Chron) Galveston Commuter Bus Provider Plans Connection to Downtown Houston (KUHF) City […]

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Houston Spending $36 Million on Smart Streets Tech Stuff (Houston Chron) Hallelujah! Work Has Begun to Smooth Guadalupe, Austin’s Most-Traveled, Bumpy Street to Ride a Bike or Bus On (KXAN) Austin Is Saying All the Right Things About Its New Street Design Guide (KUT) Speeding Driver Knocks Other Car Off Road, Killing All Four Passengers (Click2Houston) Metro Bus Driver Trainer and […]

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Houston Creative Economy Jobs Grew 22% in Three Years (Houston Public Media) Energy Corridor Now Has a Woonerf (Houston Public Media) Adding Luxury Apartments in Midtown Dallas at Former Car Dealership Site (Morning News) TTC Removes Tolling from 281 in San Antonio Assuming Prop 7 Vote to Require Road Spending TTI Research Testing Variable Speed Limits Based […]

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Could Dallas Switch to Taxing Parking Spaces to Pay for Transit? (D Magazine) Disabled and Elderly Sub-Urban Houstonians Left Waiting for Transit Service (Houston Chron) Urban Houston Getting Younger Faster Than Rest of Nation (CultureMap Houston) Austin Council Conducts Strange Hippie Rite, Debates Something Called “Zoning” (Austin On Your Feet) Investment in South Dallas Q&A Fails to Mention Location […]

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A Year After New Bus Network, Metro Ridership Up 7% – 3 Million Additional Rides (Rivard) Dallas City Council Indicates Support for D2 Subway and Bus Reimagining (Morning News) …But DART Will Not Copy Houston’s Overnight Switch (Morning News) Hays County to Vote on $131M Roads-Only Bond: $0 for Sidewalks, Transit, Bike (Community Impact) Grand Parkway […]