Today’s Headlines

  • Only 2.8% of Austin Voters Oppose the Bond Because It Has Too Much for Bikes and Trails (BizJournals)
  • …But Another Poll Shows 60% of Austin Voters Want to Prioritize Roads (Monitor)
  • Calling Guadalupe an “Activity Corridor” Will Loosen Some Anti-Urban Regulations for Small Area (Monitor)
  • Suburban Lawmakers Like Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick Financed by Attorneys for Sprawl MUDs (Houston Chron)
  • Linda Watson: CapMetro Decisions Based on Public Opinion, Not Just Stats (Passenger Transport)
  • Should Toll Road Authorities Follow Transparency Practices Demanded of State Agencies? (Morning News)
  • More on Experimental Texas A&M Glow in the Dark Bike Lane / Protected Intersection (Houston Chronicle)
  • City of Houston Creates Centralized Dispatch App for Hailing Taxi Cabs (Houston Chron)

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