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In the early stages of creation of the RTP, David Crossley wrote some initial comments and those are available as a Word file. These are comments on the first draft of the 2035 RTP and were written in early May. Many of those suggested changes have already been addressed in the current version. We will be publishing further comments on this page as they are developed.

Preliminary Comments

How many jobs are within a 10 minute drive, walk, bike ride, or transit ride from your house? Jay Blazek Crossley has written a comment on how we measure access and mobility in the Houston region and how this affects our transportation planning.

How many jobs are in your opportunity zone?

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During development of the 2025 RTP, the Gulf Coast Institute (now Houston Tomorrow) published a series of Houston Transportation Bulletins to help the public understand the RTP and how it would affect their lives. Those are still posted on our website.

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