Jay Blazek Crossley, May 08, 13.
The Houston City Council voted unanimously to pass one of the priorities of the Houston Coalition for Complete Streets: a Safe Passing Ordinance.
Matt Dietrichson, Apr 05, 13.
Houston Pavilions struggled since its opening, but now new ownership plans to revitalize the project with green roofs, solar panels, and improved walkability.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Feb 20, 13.
The Texas Legislature has a bill to consider in both houses that would ease liability concerns allowing utility companies to allow hike & bike trails in Houston
Matt Dietrichson, Feb 19, 13.
Outgoing Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood discuses a wide range of topics with DC.StreetsBlog's Tanya Snyder.
Matt Dietrichson, Nov 16, 12.
Trying to encourage transit- and pedestrian-friendly development, the city of Sacramento is easing parking requirements set on businesses and housing projects.
Matt Dietrichson, Sep 11, 12.
Not long ago, downtown Austin held little appeal for prospective residents. Now the area is bustling with diverse opportunities to live, work, and play.
Matt Dietrichson, Sep 10, 12.
In spite of widespread fear that the state would utilize its choice to opt out, Texas has decided to keep federal funds allocated for recreational trails.
Matt Dietrichson, Aug 28, 12.
Two pedestrians were killed in unrelated traffic collisions after being hit while crossing roads in the Houston area Monday.
Matt Dietrichson, Aug 15, 12.
The city council of Indianapolis has passed Proposal 208, “Complete Streets”, which will promote street developments that are safe for all types of users.
Capitol Hill editor, Streetsblog, Jul 03, 12.
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