Jay Blazek Crossley, Feb 07, 11.
Grand Parkway Association President William Burge says Exxon will announce their “home campus soon and needs the Grand Parkway soon."
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jan 31, 11.
The Texas Transportation Commission voted to accept primacy and move forward to develop sections of the proposed Grand Parkway in Harris County.
David Crossley, Jan 31, 11.
By the year 2060, the region will exceed the available water supply by about 35 percent, and water quality is threatened on several fronts.
The Metro board of directors voted unanimously to increase the capital budget for the FY2011 METRORail expansion project.
The Republican Study Committee, 165 conservative US House Republicans, proposes spending cuts for specific programs including the New Starts Transit Program.
Marci Gilbert, Jan 29, 11.
Dickinson City Council approved a resolution of support for House bill that proposes protecting funds for small area transit services from census impacts.
Vilas Bhuchar, Jan 28, 11.
The greater Houston area's foreclosure rate rose 26 percent from 2009 to 2010, representing the largest increase among the nation's twenty largest metro areas.
Vilas Bhuchar, Jan 24, 11.
The University of Houston has been elevated to Tier One status by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching.
Dallas-based The Howard Hughes Corporation is now the majority owner of The Woodlands and Bridgeland, both north Houston area master-planned communities.
Forbidden Gardens, a museum highlighting ancient Chinese Culture, will close soon to make way for the Grand Parkway's potential Segment E expansion.
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