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Houston’s Transit Future

TOMORROW issue #4

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Summer 2011 Volume 1, Number 1

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The Houston region is poised to become a leader in transit and transit-oriented development - if we just don’t lose our nerve, and are able to think outside the traditional boxes about how to deliver service in a huge, diverse, polycentric metropolitan region.

The mission of TOMORROW magazine is to give citizens and decision-makers the information they need to make wise choices about Houston’s future. Each issue focuses on a major theme of importance to the development of the region, including Access & Mobility, Flooding & Water, Food, and Health, and Houston’s Transit Future. TOMORROW Magazine is circulated free of charge to citizens and decision makers. For inquiries about copies, call 713-523-5757.

 

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Clark Martinson said:

I like the Tomorrow #4 magazine’s proposed express transit service that connects the downtown AMTRAK station to Washington Avenue, Houston Heights, Memorial Park, Highland Village, theGalleria, Westchase, City Center, Memorial City and the Energy Corridor Livable Centers. The significant stops along the route would have walkable neighborhoods accessible to transit stations that would be great places to meet friends and take the express to places of employment, recreation and entertainment. Provide specially wrapped buses and promote to the potential transit market along the route and it could start next year using Houston streets to build ridership now.

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