Jay Blazek Crossley, Dec 20, 10.
Metro cancels disputed contract with Spanish corporation to build light rail cars in the USA, but design them in Spain, and the FTA grants $50 for N & SE lines.
Montgomery County is soliciting proposals from private firms for a public/private partnership to develop the proposed Grand Parkway Segment G.
Vilas Bhuchar, Dec 20, 10.
Houston came in at number 105 on a list of 157 areas ranked for "most popular and desired cities for retirement" according to rankings by Portfolio.com.
David Crossley, Dec 13, 10.
As the market for office space shows signs of recovery, the suburbs are getting left behind
Jay Blazek Crossley, Dec 13, 10.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County will consider rerouting the Airport Direct bus to pick up at various downtown hotels with a lower fare.
The City of Houston will increase single-stream recycling service by 30,000 customers, making the service available to 1/4 of Houston single family homes.
Vilas Bhuchar, Dec 06, 10.
Galveston City Council voted unanimously this afternoon to approve a lease with a George Mitchell company for the development of a downtown transportation hub.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Dec 01, 10.
Harris County will try to make a deal with the state so it can begin building Segment E through the Katy Prairie -"perhaps next year."
Vilas Bhuchar, Nov 30, 10.
With a population of 2.3 million as of Nov. 22, Houston is still the fourth-largest city in the United States.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Nov 22, 10.
The Board of Directors of the Houston-Galveston Area Council approved the draft Vision for Tomorrow, a comprehensive regional plan.
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