Matt Dietrichson, Mar 22, 13.
Texas has a new EPA administrator, who has been described as "tough but fair to industry".
A new study shows how current US tax code incentives favor automobile use compared to those for bicycle and transit use.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 18, 13.
Leaving many industry lobbyists unnerved, President Obama is preparing to utilize a Nixon-era law to ensure agencies stay wary of how they affect the climate.
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 11, 13.
Although its author admits it may not pass, a new bill from Dallas state senator John Carona would allow special tax districts to be made near rail lines.
The Urbanophile, an opinion-leading urban analyst, consultant, speaker, and writer on a mission to help America’s cities thrive , Mar 11, 13.
Do cities really want economic development?
Matt Dietrichson, Mar 08, 13.
After yielding to some of the criticisms brought forth from the public, the Houston City Council voted to approve the new parking ordinance last week.
Skelly is founder and president of Clean Line Energy. Kaplan is a Houston urban retail developer and co-founder of New Living, Mar 05, 13.
Let businesses decide parking
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 21, 13.
The American Energy and Infrastructure Jobs Act is not getting the support of advocacy group Transportation for America, who cite numerous unacceptable flaws.
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 19, 13.
Outgoing Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood discuses a wide range of topics with DC.StreetsBlog's Tanya Snyder.
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Action on Texas water needed now
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