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Higher costs for ‘complete streets’ raise concerns
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, January 21, 2015

The next big thing in Houston mobility remains elusive
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, January 13, 2015

Houston Tomorrow honors leaders working toward making this area a better place to live
Shelby Hodge, CultureMap Houston, October 14, 2015

Metro asks to speed up schedule to expand board
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, March 24, 2015

Christian-themed water park plan makes waves in Brazoria
Mihir Zaveri, Houston Chronicle, May 7, 2015

Shaping the Blob That Ate East Texas: Houston’s New Adventure in Urban Planning
Patrick Sisson, Curbed, June 4, 2015

Grand Parkway won’t open until 2016
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, November 26, 2015

Christof Spieler: How to make transit work in Houston
Opinion Editorial (originally published in our WCWDB2022 Series), Houston Chronicle, July 30, 2015

Road spending popular, but effects can be fleeting
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, November 4, 2015

Urban planners, conservationists teaming up for nature conference
The Katy Rancher, September 10, 2015

Reimagining a city that connects to nature
Opinion Editorial, Jaime González and Jay Blazek Crossley, Houston Chronicle, November 14, 2015

Jaime Gonzalez and Jay Blazek Crossley on Eco-Ology
Live radio show, KPFT, October 6, 2015

The People + Nature Conference on Houston Public Affairs Radio
Radio show and podcast, KPRC, October 2015

People and Nature Conference As Heard on Eye On Houston
Radio show, Carmen Contreras (Hot 95.7) with Jaime Gonzalez and Jay Blazek Crossley, October 18, 2015

Magic Bus gives a lift to poor Houstonians working toward better lives
Monica Rhor, Houston Chronicle, December 6, 2015

Will Texas Voters Enshrine Failed Transpo Policy in the State’s Constitution?
Angie Schmitt, Streetsblog USA, Tuesday, October 20, 2015

Cornering the Futures Market: Four of Houston’s think tanks square off
Katharine Shilcutt, Houstonia, May 31, 2015

Reducing congestion: Katy didn’t: How 23 lanes of highway induce demand in Houston
Joe Cortright, Broken Sidewalk, December 23, 2015

Too Big for Texas? Houston’s 23-Lane Freeway
Philip Rojc, Planetizen, June 5, 2015

The 23-Lane Katy Freeway: A Monument to Texas Transportation Futility
Angie Schmitt, Streetsblog Network, May 28, 2015

La plus large autoroute du monde est déjà bouchée
Thibaut Schulman, L’OBS, January 6, 2016

Houston rule changes give pedestrians, cyclists more consideration
Dug Begley, Houston Chronicle, July 6, 2015

The Movement to Eliminate Traffic Deaths Gains Strength in Texas Cities
Angie Schmitt, Streetsblog USA, September 24, 2015

Texas Approves New Road Funding Plan
Daniel C. Vock, Governing Magazine, November 4, 2015

Spillette: City parking policies have negative health, fiscal impact
Opinion Editorial by Steve Spillette (Originally published in our WCWDB2022 series), Houston Chronicle, Friday, July 17, 2015

What’s up with Houston’s Swimming Hole? Idea floats to next level with link to quality of life group
Barbara Kuntz, CultureMap Houston, KHOU, January 13, 2015

A swimming hole for Houston? Small donors take the plunge
Lisa Gray, Houston Chronicle, January 9, 2015

Sharing the Road: What Changes Pedestrians Want to See to Make Houston a More Walkable City
Live radio show, Houston Matters, Houston Public Media News 88.7, Jul 6 2015

The Peoples’ Perspective on Transportation
Designing Cities Conference: Austin 2015, Oct 28, 2015

Houston Tomorrow Announcement
Guidry News, May 16, 2015

Brief explanation and link to Houston Tomorrow Katy Freeway story
Meg Dunn, Pedal Fort Collins Newsletter, June 5, 2015

Law of the Streets (English Translation)
Our Texas - Russian Language Newspaper, February 6, 2015

The Bayou City: Reclaiming Houston’s Signature Waterways
Jeffrey Spivak, UrbanLand, The Magazine of the Urban Land Institute, May 4, 2015

City Council weighs Houston’s first-ever general plan
Katherine Driessen, Houston Chronicle, September 22, 2015

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