Jay Blazek Crossley, Jun 14, 11.
The financial benefits of living in transit-friendly walkable areas
David Crossley, Jun 14, 11.
Baby boomers will live in communities where public transportation service is poor or non-existent, with 68% of seniors in the Houston region limited to cars.
The America Fast Forward proposal for a type of national infrastructure bank could help Houston complete its innovative light rail system sooner.
Kathryn Edwards, Jun 12, 11.
Harris Country Transit was named one of three "Best Practice" models in a recent TTI report on "Seizing and Serving Urban Gaps in Texas Project."
Kathryn Edwards, Jun 10, 11.
With previous plans no longer economically feasible, an evolutionary process is proposed for the Mobility Corridor.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jun 06, 11.
Building new roads increases demand, thereby increasing traffic & failing to reduce congestion, according to a new study.
Alan Halter, Jun 06, 11.
Japan's long awaited maglev train project to connect Tokyo, Nagoya, and Osaka is expected to begin construction in 2014 with service planned to begin in 2027.
Jay Blazek Crossley, May 31, 11.
Many American cities are depoying BRT systems as a potentially cheaper alternative to rail transit systems, according to a new report.
Metro's George Greanias discussed Metro's long range plan during Houston Tomorrow's May 25th Livable Houston Initiative event.
Vilas Bhuchar, May 31, 11.
The number of senior Americans using public transportation has increased by 40 percent since 2001, and a new AARP report predicts continued growth.
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