Wendy Natt, Jun 12, 09.
While Houston region auto sales are still well below 2008 levels, sales have been increasing for the past three months.
Steve Hawley, Jun 12, 09.
One writer predicts that the per capita car ownership rate will begin to fall as Americans buy fewer cars and begin living more sustainably.
Steve Hawley, Jun 11, 09.
AAA predicted the average national gas price would not top $2.50, but gas prices have already hit $2.55 before the start of summer.
Wendy Natt, Jun 11, 09.
Following weeks of workshops, City Council continues the budget drafting and negotiating process in three public Council meetings in June.
Wendy Natt, Jun 02, 09.
The June 2009 report summarized and provides charts on Houston's current economic trends, and data from preceding years.
Steve Hawley, Jun 01, 09.
83 percent of shoppers in downtown San Francisco get there without a car, and they spend more and visit more frequently than those who drive.
Steve Hawley, May 29, 09.
Wendy Natt, May 28, 09.
Regardless of income and economic circumstances, Americans are reevaluating what they need to live, and what they can live without.
Steve Hawley, May 26, 09.
Emissions fell 2.8 percent, primarily due to a steep drop in driving resulting from record gas prices and the recession.
Wendy Natt, May 15, 09.
A Houston Economic Indicators May 15 email update from the Greater Houston Partnership highlights inflation figures and new auto sales in the Houston region.
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