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  • East Side of Downtown Austin Could Get a Grocery Store (Towers)
  • Austin Commission Endorses Sky Bridge to Avoid New Pedestrian Train Plaza (Monitor)
  • Top Safety Concern on Dark Sidewalks of Dense West Campus: Drunk Drivers (KEYE)
  • BikeHouston‘s Ride of Silence to Remember People Killed While Biking Will Be May 17
  • Capital Metro TOD Tool Allows You to Help Shape More Sustainable Regional Growth
  • The Woodlands Celebrates National Bike Month With Series of Events

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  • TXDOT 3D Visualizations of I-45 SuperProject Don’t Bother Showing Transit Vehicles (Houston Chron)
  • Sprawling Study on Houston’s Affordable Housing Spending by the Houston Chronicle
  • Parents Upset Drivers Using Street According to Design Speed, Not Crossing Guards (KEYE)
  • Houston PD Using Distance Measuring Radar Device to Enforce Safe Passing Law (Cycling Weekly)
  • Actual Elected Official Believes No Real People Ride Bikes in Houston (ABC13)
  • 2012 Survey Found Only 6% of Austin Apartments Accept Section 8 Vouchers (Monitor)
  • El Paso Police Note Pedestrian Not in This Terrible Crosswalk When a Driver Killed Him (KVIA)

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  • TxDOT Will Demolish Homes to Turn College Station Intersection Into a Monster Interchange (The Eagle)
  • Trump’s Public-Private Infrastructure Vision Rejected in Texas (Bloomberg)
  • Change.org Petition for Dallas to Transform Columbia Ave and Abrams Road Into Complete Streets
  • Major Flaws Found in Current Draft of Austin’s CodeNEXT (BizJournals)
  • 1 Out Of 10 Households in Houston and Waco Have No Car (Governing)
  • Houston Trying to Keep Westheimer Weird While Making it Safe. Video (HPM, KHOU)
  • Likely Special Session This Summer May Not Include Transpo, Except as Part of Budget (Houston Chron)

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  • Some on Dallas Council Want to Replace DART Appointees Supportive of Suburban Rail (Morning News)
  • HEB Building Mixed-Use “Urban Prototype” Grocery Store on Wash Ave (Houston Chron)
  • House Passes Rep. Israel Bill to Allow CapMetro to Run Buses on Freeway Shoulders (Monitor)
  • Mayor Turner Proposes 17% Cut to Planning Department But 18% Increase in Transpo Planning
  • CTRMA Adds Two New Board Members
  • To Mitigate DFW Traffic Impact, Toyota Donates $1M to Buy Low-Income Folks Cars (Morning News)
  • Kinder Research Looks at How Dangerous Streets Limit Walking and Biking (NextCity)
  • Texas House Members Want to Add Anti-Transgender Bigotry to Bill to Continue TXDOT (Statesman)
  • City of Laredo Working on a Beautiful Form Based Code (MuellerATX)

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