Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 22, 10.
City Council voted unanimously to place the referendum on the May 8 election ballot to seek voter approval of $900K in sales tax revenue bonds for the project.
Steve Hawley, Feb 19, 10.
Houston fares poorly in commute times and travel delays. Among Texas cities, only Dallas was worse.
The METRO chairman said that Mayor Parker's suggestion that the agency consider eliminating all fares to better serve its customers would lead to "catastrophe."
Steve Hawley, Feb 17, 10.
The 51 grants, totaling $1.5 billion, were applauded by smart growth and environmental groups, but the only Texas recipients were in the Dallas area.
Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 15, 10.
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett delivered a State of the County address in which he asked the audience to evaluate the county in human terms.
Commissioners Court decided to join the Texas High Speed Rail and Transportation Corporation in hopes of influencing if and where a system would be built.
Steve Hawley, Feb 12, 10.
The region has approved $584 million in stimulus transportation projects, including $106 million for transit and $15 million for livable centers.
Steve Hawley, Feb 11, 10.
Advocacy group releases expanded high-speed rail vision, Houston-to-Dallas, Dallas-Austin-San Antonio in first phase
Steve Hawley, Feb 10, 10.
Only 4.5 percent of all trips in Houston are done by walking, tying the city with Louisville as the worst in the nation.
Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 06, 10.
Late 2009 rains have left some Houston area farmers with fields too wet to plow. In Liberty County, no wheat was planted because farms missed the planting time
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