Jon Boyd, Aug 31, 10.
Metro Board Chair Gilbert Garcia is recommending that George Greanias receive a permanent contract to lead the agency.
David Crossley, Aug 30, 10.
Midtown to hold a block party on October 2.
Jon Boyd, Aug 30, 10.
H-GAC's online survey about transportation and funding priorities will close on Tuesday, August 31.
Jon Boyd, Aug 29, 10.
Deforestation and sprawl play key roles to increase runoff in our watersheds and make them more prone to flooding.
Jon Boyd, Aug 28, 10.
H-GAC staff recommended the most fiscally conservative of three revenue scenarios, which would reduce the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan.
Jon Boyd, Aug 19, 10.
While METRO is still waiting for $800 million in federal funding, two reports claim there are cash shortfalls for 2010.
Forbes Magazine ranked the forty most populous metros according to six stress factors and Houston came in third.
Jon Boyd, Aug 16, 10.
H-GAC's Technical Advisory Committee will present two options for I-69 on August 18th.
Vilas Bhuchar, Aug 16, 10.
The Downtown Management District will re-open Market Square Park with a "neighborhood shindig" on August 28
Vilas Bhuchar, Aug 12, 10.
A public meeting on the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan will be held Thurs, August 19. Public comments can also be submitted thru Aug 30.
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