Matt Dietrichson, May 21, 13.
Briargrove Elementary School in west Houston is encouraging students and parents to make a conscious effort to walk, bike, or scoot to school every Friday.
A mile and a half of beaches in West Galveston were lightly damaged from an oil spill that officials say could have come from an offshore ship.
With hopes of helping overcrowding issues, Metro is bringing 60-foot articulated buses back to the streets of Houston.
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The Texas House has killed a provision that would have required public-private development projects on state land to go through local zoning.
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With help from an ad-hoc Transit Working Group, the City of Austin may have a finished urban rail plan by February of next year.
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Texas Governor Rick Perry has signed a bill that will require drivers to slow down and move over for Texas Department of Transportation vehicles.
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Using data provided by the organization Walk Score, The Atlantic Cities has ranked the top 25 American neighborhoods by bikeability.
New research has found that breathing motor vehicle emissions causes a change in high-density lipoprotein (HDL) cholesterol so that it to clogs arteries.
Though not unanimously approved by environmentalists, a bill funding a wide range of US water infrastructure projects received bipartisan support in the Senate.
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