Today’s Headlines

  • HB1 Has Passed 3rd Reading in House Without Anti-Bike, Anti-Transit Lane Measures (BikeTexas)
  • Houston First CEO Says Lack of Destination Appeal Cost Houston 374,000 Hotel Room Nights in 2014
  • Christof Spieler: Transit System Reimagining “the Most Meaningful Thing I Will Do In My Life” (Houstonia)
  • Hard to Keep Up With DFW Toll Roads People Don’t Want: I-35E & 67, Sunken on 75, Trinity Toll
  • Houston City Council Approves Memorial Park Master Plan. Some Worry “Too Nice” (CultureMap)
  • Big Rigs Often Go Faster Than Tires Are Supposed to, Especially in Texas at 85 mph (CBSDFW)
  • Road Spending Proponents Believe Less Oversight, Less Competitive Bidding Will Save Money (Brietbart)
  • UT-Dallas Getting Pedestrian-Friendly Mixed-Use TOD (Morning News), Unlike UT-Austin Joke
  • Not a Joke: As of April 1, Uber No Longer Available in San Antonio (KSAT)

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