President, Houston Tomorrow, Feb 15, 10.
Is spending less on roads a popular idea?
Steve Hawley, Feb 12, 10.
The region has approved $584 million in stimulus transportation projects, including $106 million for transit and $15 million for livable centers.
The Senate has not set aside any money specifically for transit, even though a recent study shows that transit projects are effective at creating jobs.
Steve Hawley, Feb 11, 10.
Advocacy group releases expanded high-speed rail vision, Houston-to-Dallas, Dallas-Austin-San Antonio in first phase
Bike Fort Worth, which was adopted unanimously, aims to triple the number of bicycle commuters, improve bike safety, and gain national recognition.
Steve Hawley, Feb 10, 10.
Many experts and government officials believe that the gas tax will not be sustainable in the future as people drive less or choose more fuel-efficient cars.
Urban success strategist and writer, The Urbanophile, Feb 08, 10.
Reforming anti-urban bias in transportation spending
Vilas Bhuchar, Feb 08, 10.
Greenville's Bob Deuell said he would support a one-time increase of 10 cents a gallon in the motor fuels tax.
Steve Hawley, Feb 05, 10.
Participants of both parties said that rural, suburban and urban areas all need transit and expressed hope that transit projects can bridge the partisan divide.
Kay Bailey Hutchison, Debra Medina, Rick Perry, and Bill White discussed their views with the Dallas Morning News.
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