Matt Dietrichson, Apr 22, 13.
Tarrant County commissioners have passed a resolution in support of creating high-speed rail, showing the west side of the Metroplex doesn't want to be left out
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 17, 13.
In an effort to reduce costs and promote pedestrian activity, the Austin City Council has axed parking requirements for downtown buildings.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 10, 13.
Following improvements to the city's bike infrastructure, a newly released analysis shows a very high level of biking in parts of Austin.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 05, 13.
A proposed 62-mile commuter rail line running from Fort Worth to north of Dallas has been tentatively supported by Fort Worth city officials.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 03, 13.
Dallas Area Rapid Transit's has implemented a paid-parking program at several of their rail stops for the last year, but it hasn't been popular amongst riders.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 28, 13.
San Antonio's transit authority is considering several potential routes for their new streetcar line, with historical and economic impacts factoring in.
In attempt to draw traffic away from I-35 and to the Texas 130 tollway one State Representative has proposed eliminating the tolls entirely.
With the passage of House Bill 4, the Texas legislature has taken a step closer to funding water projects across the state.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 26, 13.
The latest US Drought Monitor report has classified most of Texas as “abnormally dry”, meaning residents will likely have to cut back on water use.
Two bills in the Texas House of Representatives aim to disallow local governments from restricting residents' ability to cut down trees on their property.
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