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  • With Unanimous Vote, Cap Metro Takes Next Step In Plan For Future Of Austin Transit (KUT, Austin Monitor)
  • Houston Metro Moving Toward $3B Bond Vote in Fall 2019 for 20-year Transit Plan (Houston Chron)
  • People Over Parking: Planners Are Reevaluating Parking Requirements for Affordable Housing (APA)
  • Why Apple Bet on Austin’s Suburbs for Its Next Big Expansion (CityLab)
  • Razor Deployed Shared Seated Scooters in San Antonio Last Week (Rivard)
  • City of Fort Worth X-Team to Offer Two Week Building Permit Review for $2,000
  • Rebuilding a City from the Eye of a Child (CityLab)

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  • The Pedestrian Strikes Back (New York Times)
  • Mother dead, baby and grandmother injured after head-on crash in South Houston (Houston Chron)
  • Duncanville Police Chief Robert Brown: Bigger Rigs Mean Bigger Risk on Congested Texas Highways (Morning News)
  • Capital Metro Board Set to Move Forward Today with Project Connect Phase III (Agenda Packet)
  • Tuscola mourns death of Mayor Robert Elkins and wife, Vondean, in crash near town (Abilene Reporter-News)
  • Oklahoma City Streetcar Opens with Free Rides Through Jan. 5 (KFOR, NewsOK)
  • As Cities Confront Climate Change, is Density the Answer? (Curbed)
  • Council Hopes to Reduce Car Use with Two Initiatives (Austin Monitor)

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  • New Push to Make Neighborhood Streets in Texas Slower, Safer (CBS Austin)
  • Vision Zero Advocates Look to Legislature to Help Reduce Traffic Deaths (Austin Monitor)
  • Why is TEXRail planning to let its commuter train passengers ride for free? (FW Star Telegram)
  • Civic-Engagement Platforms Have Their Uses, but They’re No Substitute for Public Opinion Research (Governing)
  • Houston Named No. 2 Most Expensive Congestion in Nation, in Study Ignoring Much Higher Costs of Crashes (BizJournals)
  • Bexar County Judge Nelson Wolff Publishes Third Insider Book on San Antonio Growth Policies (Rivard)
  • A New Neighborhood Group Hopes To Speak For Student Renters In West Campus, Fix Sidewalks (KUT)
  • Might as Well Jump: Uber Wants to Roll 2,000 Electric Bikes Into Dallas (Morning News)
  • Salud America Hosts Tweetchat Today at Noon CST on “Place-Based Health Disparities”

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  • Capital Metro Proposes Nine Substantial Changes to Project Connect Vision (Presentation)
  • Capital Metro Votes Kids Ride Free, Forever (Austin Monitor)
  • …New Williamson County Rep on CapMetro Board’s First Act: Ensure Home Schoolers Are Included (Caleb)
  • Austin Council Mobility Committee to Receive Updates on Project Connect, ASMP, Scooters Today
  • New Vision for Trinity River Includes a Series of New East <-> West Pedestrian Bridges (Morning News)
  • How Long Have Houston Metro Buses Had USB Charging Plugs on All Seats? (Chris Valdez)
  • Open House Today on Houston’s Seemingly Awesome Bagby Street Improvements, 5:30pm

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  • East Dallas’ ‘3G’ Intersection is a Mess, and the Fight Over its Future Doesn’t Need More Twists and Turns (Morning News)
  • Cedar Park High School Student Died Yesterday in a Single Vehicle Crash (Spectrum)
  • City of Austin Plans to Convert Dedicated Bike Lane on 5th into Dedicated Bus and Bike Lane
  • Congregation Mourns Beloved Couple Killed in Crash in Front of Fort Worth Church (CBSDFW)
  • Texas Transportation Commissioner Laura Ryan Meets with Houston Business Leaders on Traffic Deaths
  • TXDOT Claims Widening I-20 in Abilene Will Make it Safer By Reducing Congestion (Big Country)
  • Understanding the psychological barriers to using public and active transportation (Mobility Lab)

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