Today’s Headlines

  • Out of Control: In Houston’s traffic carnage, design makes a difference (Houston Chronicle)
  • A Work Zone crash. A Houston Husband and Two Children Dead. A Mother and Wife Asks: ‘Why?’ (Houston Chron)
  • Houston Region’s Leaders Move Slowly on Design-Driven Changes to Prevent Roadway Crashes (Houston Chron)
  • Dallas Embracing Scooters with More than 450,000 Trips in Under Three Months (BizJournals)
  • Coming in 2019, a Much-Needed Vote on Transit for San Antonio (MySA)
  • UT Center for Transportation Research Survey Open About Bicycle Signals in Austin
  • Traffic Deaths Edge Lower, but 2017 Stats Paint Worrisome Picture (CNBC)
  • Imagining the Future of the El Paso Streetcar Corridor (Urban Design El Paso)
  • Austin Energy Has a Survey Up for Pedicab Customers Related to Electric Assist Pedicabs
  • 10 Dangerous Intersections: Houston Asks The Feds For Help (BikeHouston)
  • Texas To Receive $26 Million For Bus Projects (Patch)

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