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Hit-and-Run Driver Leaves Pedestrian Fighting for Her Life in Memorial Area (Houston Chron) Houston Planning Dept and Bloomberg Associates Working on Safe Routes to Schools in East End People Who Think Buses Will Bring Bad People to Spring Turned Out at Metro Meeting (Houston Chron) Capital Metro Needs Another Year to Deploy New Bus Network […]

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Austin Funds Bike Lane Nighttime Lighting Concept Proposed by City Employee Robin Camp (KXAN) Travis County Commissioner Daugherty Calls on Senator Watson to Reform Capital Metro Structure (Monitor) Free Event: Houston Metro’s Priya Zachariah to Present on Regional Transit Plan, Wed., June 28, Noon Houston Metro to Connect to Island Transit. Raj Wins a Seamless Bus Trip […]

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Capital Metro Board Will Be Asked to Commit $18M to I-35 BRT on July 31 (Monitor) …Catch Up on the Proposals and Complaints With This Video of the Board Committee Meeting Houston Public Works Director Who Made Unlawful Payments Takes Leave (Houston Chron) Blame For Collin County Growing Pains Rests on State, Regional, and Local Officials (D […]

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Houston Metro Set to Okay $1B Budget, With Lower Sales Tax Projections (Houston Chron, HPM) Proposed Capital Metro Budget: More for Inefficient Suburban Services (Monitor) …Julio Gonzales Asks Capital Metro to Fund Success Instead (Keep Austin Wonky) Austin Chamber Report: Better Land Use, More Options, TDM, Not Roads (Impact, BizJournals) Video: Dr. Stephen Klineberg on Future of Houston, Which […]

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City of Austin Vision Zero Task Force Releases Draft Vision Zero Action Plan Austin Selected for National Vision Zero Network’s Vision Zero Focus Cities (Statesman) Statesman Encourages Austin City Council to Seek Compromise With Ride Hailers Austin Installs Awesome Intersection With Polka Dots, Safe Crosswalks, and Neckdowns TTC Chooses Odd Strategy of Encouraging More Traffic With $1.3 […]

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Streetcar Project Got Scammed Out of $3.2 Million Through Email Phishing (El Paso Times) Kinder Study: Share of “Poor” Neighborhoods in Houston in 1980: 9%; in 2016: 39% (KHOU) City of Sugar Land Will Grow From 87,000 to 117,000 With Annexation of Sprawl MUDs (Houston Chron) City of Austin Adopts Age-Friendly Austin Plan With Focus on Improving Pedestrian Environment […]