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Kyle Driver Arrested for Hit and Run That Killed Cyclist in May (KVUE) Electric Scooters Hit San Antonio Streets (Rivard) CapMetro Adding Shade, Solar-Powered Displays at Bus Stops (Monitor) Free BCycle Trips for Pride, All Saturday in Houston 22,000 Surveyed for Houston Region Public Transportation Study (HPM) Houston Building One Billion Dollar Bridge with Toll Revenue […]

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Hello friends, Streetsblog Texas is back. Please pardon the interruption. We were on a Vision Zero and transit advocacy tour of South Texas. Border Patrol Chase Leads to Crash. 14 Ejected, Five Dead, Five Charged with Smuggling (WTOP) Public Assets Sustainably, Responsibly, Equitably Managed, Making People Mad About Paying for Parking (KXAN) Public Meetings This Week […]

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World Cup May Spur Transit Investments in Houston (Houston Chron) Free Transit All Summer Now Available to K-12 Students in Austin, Houston CTRMA Begins Yearlong Bridge Reconstruction in Southeast Austin (Community Impact) DMag Announces Dallas and the New Urbanism, Full Issue and July 11 Symposium Austin City Council Considers Reforming Taxicab Regulations (Statesman) City of […]

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OpEd: Somebody Needs to Stand Up to Unreasonable NIMBYs Denying San Antonio Homes (Rivard) City of Hunstville Making Headway in Supporting Bicycling Infrastructure, Complete Streets Austin, June 28: TXDOT Public Hearing on Manchaca Rd Improvements, With (Unprotected?) Bike Lanes … Which Would be Insane if Manchaca’s Speed Limit & Design Speed Stays at 50 MPH DPS Shares Lists of Drivers […]

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Robor Cars Coming to Frisco Next Month. Mayor Jeff Cheney Thinks They’ll Help Solve Traffic Guadalupe County Developing Its First Strategic Plan, Take the Survey City of Austin Doing the Right Thing, Pricing 329 Existing Parking Spots (KXAN) Michael Webb Killed By Unidentified Dump Truck Driver While Biking in Taylor (KXAN) Councilmember Kingston Wants $2 […]

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Why Frontage Roads Are Bad for People (DMag) Critical Mass Houston’s Two Thousand Person Monthly Bike Ride Now Meeting at Stude Park I-35 in Oak Cliff Reopens After Work Begins on Evil $666 Million Highway Project (Morning News) Driver Crashes Into One South Austin House, Another Person Drives Through Two Other (KXAN) LimeBike Now Offers […]