Jay Blazek Crossley, Jun 19, 13.
The annual dead zone in the Gulf of Mexico primarily created by fossil fuel fertilizer runoff across the nation is expected by NOAA to be the largest ever.
A proposal to rebuild the I-35 freeway in urban Austin underground and reclaim the space as urban space is being seriously considered in Austin.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 19, 13.
Local food advocates should rejoice the passage of three influential bills that will improve Texan's access to healthy local foods.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 11, 13.
The city of Dallas received money to extend a streetcar line, but they are still struggling with finding a way to afford operation and maintenance costs.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jun 10, 13.
The Texas legislative special session expanded from its focus on redistricting to include transportation issues, primarily proposals for funding for new roads.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 07, 13.
Austin's Waller Creek has a history of dangerous floods, but the city is now planning to transform the area and bring more development to downtown.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 05, 13.
With development surging in downtown Austin, the City Council may implement a program requiring high-rise developers to provide public benefits.
The proposed high-speed rail line connecting Houston to North Texas has officials on both side of the DFW Metroplex concerned about station locations.
Matt Dietrichson, Jun 04, 13.
With many variables to consider, San Antonio's transit authority plans to select one of six streetcar routes later this month.
Matt Dietrichson, May 28, 13.
Texas lawmakers have passed a bill approving the expenditure of up to $225 million from the state budget to help fix roads in the Eagle Ford Shale area.
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