International consultant in public transit planning and policy, May 22, 13.
The driving boom is over
Matt Dietrichson, May 21, 13.
Briargrove Elementary School in west Houston is encouraging students and parents to make a conscious effort to walk, bike, or scoot to school every Friday.
With hopes of helping overcrowding issues, Metro is bringing 60-foot articulated buses back to the streets of Houston.
Matt Dietrichson, May 20, 13.
Houston's bike boom
Matt Dietrichson, May 19, 13.
The staff, board, and volunteers of Houston Tomorrow work every day to improve the quality of life for all the people of Houston.
Matt Dietrichson, May 16, 13.
With help from an ad-hoc Transit Working Group, the City of Austin may have a finished urban rail plan by February of next year.
The Georgia Department of Transportation has adopted a Complete Streets policy and leadership claims it is being taken seriously.
Matt Dietrichson, May 14, 13.
The Houston City Council will review Uptown Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone's plan this week, which includes a widening of Post Oak for dedicated bus lanes.
Matt Dietrichson, May 10, 13.
Facing a transportation funding shortfall of around $4 billion, the Texas legislature failed to secure the potential income source of raising registration fees.
Blogger at Taking the Lane, May 09, 13.
Bike infrastructure debate officially over
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