The photos don't lie -- these protesters actually called some new stripes on the street a "Nazi lane."
Capital Metro Lead Planner: Is Frequency the Key to Transit Success? (BizJournals) Residents Launch “I Drive 25” Campaign on Street Corners in Mueller Neighborhood (Spectrum) Study Says Denton County Fails When It Comes to Driving Behavior in School Zones (Denton RC) CARTS Interurban Bus Realigns Round Rock Route to Meet New Local Bus Service at Transit Center […]
New research from UC Davis shows that cities must strengthen transit in response to the growth of ride-hailing services.
Cruz, Cornyn Fail to Mention Transit, Quality of Life Amazon Is Looking For (Morning News) TXDOT Wants the Grand Parkway to Eat Up More of the Katy Prairie (Houston Chron) Little Devoted to Bike Plan in Houston Bond Proposal (Houston Press) Houston Metro CEO Tom Lambert Rides the 161 Wilcrest Express, Talks to People Those […]
Turns Out Trying to Do a Huge Reform of Your City’s Building Code Is Complicated (Chron, Monitor) KUT Collected Various CodeNEXT Fear Mongering for a Fact Check Mayor Adler’s Deputy, John-Michael Vincent Cortez, Says CodeNEXT Panic Is Being Intentionally Fomented Woman Killed Walking Next to Frontage Road That TXDOT Won’t Redesign for Safer Speeds (KXAN) Police […]
Blumenauer discusses how Rail~Volution got its start, how we can use congestion pricing and road user charges to pay for transportation, Vision Zero, and why urbanists should be thinking about the Farm Bill.