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Are We Building Too Much Parking? (Houston Chron) TxDOT proposes converting Hwy. 290 main lane to HOV lane during off-peak hours, will host public meeting in October (Community Impact) Capital Metro: Exclusive pathways necessary for high-capacity transit (Community Impact) Neighborhood road becomes rush detour (KVUE) Austinites to celebrate open spaces this Friday, Sept. 21 for […]

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  • NextCity Oddly Portays Houston’s Plan to Build 12.5 More Miles of Light Rail and 34 Miles of BRT
  • Still Smarting From Uber, Cities Wise Up About Scooter Data (Wired)
  • San Antonio Council Member Rey Saldaña Challenged to Ride the Bus for a Month, Then Fights for Transit Funding, and City of San Antonio Just Budgeted $10 million for VIA to Increase Frequency, While Ridership Seems to Be Increasing (Salud America)
  • Scooters Carried An Average of 4,161 Trips Every Day in July in Austin, No One Died (Monitor, Statesman, KVUE)
  • Woman Driving the Wrong Way Crashes into Downtown Dallas Restaurant, No One Harmed (Morning News)
  • Tickets Still Available for Austin Chamber Future of Regional Mobility (Robot Bus) Summit on Monday.

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  • Houston Coalition for Complete Streets Annual Meeting, Next Wed, Sep 26
  • Street Safety Summit by LINK Houston and Kinder Institute for Urban Research, Next Thu, Sep 27
  • Public Meeting on 290 HOV Lanes Off Peak Policy, Trying to Retrofit Mistakes on Just Finished Highway
  • Students Face Overcrowding on Buses Foollowing CapMetro Remap – ie, Ridership Seems Up (Daily Texan)
  • Everyone Faces Overcrowding on Car Priority Lanes Following Decades of Subsidy, Policies Enforcing Lifestyle Choice
  • Beyoncé and Jay-Z Fans Can Bear the Traffic by Taking Metro for Free (ABC13)
  • Cap Metro: Key to High Capacity Transit is Dedicated Right-Of-Way (Monitor)
  • Traffic Death Toll in Houston No Shock to People Who Drive A Lot (Houston Press)
  • Analytics Tool Helps Improve Traffic Planning in Austin (GovTech)

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  • Proposed $750 Million Roads Bond Only Beginning of Potential $13 Billion Nightmarish Mistake for Collin County (Morning News)
  • DCTA Proposes 121 Commuter Bus Service With “Lyft Zones” to Link Lewisville and McKinney (Community Impact)
  • Texas State University, City of San Marcos to Launch VeoRide Bike-Share Program (Community Impact)
  • Community Wants Justice and Infrastructure Improvements for Teen Killed while Riding Bike in Mercedes (Valley Central)
  • Arlington Has a Vision for Mass Transit that Doesn’t Involve City Buses (ArsTechnica)
  • Texas Central is $300 Million Closer to Dallas Houston High Speed Rail (Morning News)
  • Movability Webinar to Teach Austin Employers How to Reduce SOV Trips, Sep 25
  • Are E-Scooters Key For Better Bike Lanes In San Antonio? (Texas Public Radio)
  • A Child Was Hit By a Person Driving a Car This Morning in Amarillo (My High Plains)

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  • Connecting 11 Cameron County Communities to Boost Health and Tourism (Texas Public Radio, Texas Standard)
  • Watersheds and Walkability: Watchwords for a Resilient Houston (Texas A&M Coastal Watershed Program)
  • Buses Do the Heavy Lifting in Likely Long-Range Houston Transit Plan (Houston Chronicle)
  • Mode Activists Mad at Other Mode Activists for Not Being Mad Enough in Transit Fight (The Austin Met)
  • Intoxicated 20-Year-Old Drives Truck into Construction Crane, Killing Worker (Morning News)
  • Man Walking Along Loop 820 Struck and Killed by Multiple People Driving Vehicles (Morning News)
  • Ben Carson and HUD Get Ready to Take On the Nimbys (Bloomberg)

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  • Want to See Houston Drivers Slow Down? Here’s How to Report the Problem (Houston Chron)
  • Pregnant Woman Survives Hit-and-Run in Southwest Houston (cw39)
  • Tia Roland, 19 of Tyler, Dies in Car Crash (East Texas Matters)
  • Applications to Join the City of Austin Pedestrian Advisory Council Due Sep 16
  • H-GAC Has Money for a Seamless Houston Region Transit Fare, Trip Planning System (HPM)
  • Austin Lawyer is Totes Excited About Suing Scooter Companies
  • Toronto Cyclists are Using Pool Noodles to Combat Dangerous Drivers (blogTO)
  • Capital Metro Ridership Going Up Following ReMap Frequent Bus Grid (Austin Chron)
  • Leander Getting a Walkable Urban, Transit-Oriented Downtown (Statesman)

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