Research and discussion for citizens and decision makers

  • Houston’s Growth

    New interpretations

    The 610 Loop already ranks first in jobs and second in population compared to other similarly-sized areas, and it is expected to grow the most by 2035.

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  • Houston’s active centers

    Where jobs and people are

    The key to successfully reducing automobile dependency and enabling transit ridership is knowing where the people are. Houston Tomorrow has been working on a set of maps showing this information. In order to determine where transit stations might be most useful in the existing urban fabric, researchers Peter Newman &…

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  • Opportunity Zones?

    Proposal to improve the RTP

    How we measure various aspects of our regional growth has a tremendous impact on the quality of life for Houstonians. By State mandate, we are required to reduce emissions of the precursors of ozone to improve our air quality and reduce the health impacts for the humans. The Houston-Galveston Area…

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CSNSF Symposium: Being Human: Lessons from Nature, Evolution and Bowen Theory
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Mayor Sylvester Turner

Five strategies to facilitate the paradigm shift in transportation

Jay Blazek Crossley

Stop investing in roads to build new neighborhoods that cause other neighborhoods to flood

Jay Blazek Crossley

Houston's mean streets: Our city's road design is killing people

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