Contributor, Wired.com, Jan 27, 10.
Want more jobs? Build transit, not highways
Steve Hawley, Jan 27, 10.
DART hopes to incorporate more suburbs without requiring them to pay the full one-cent sales tax, which has been an obstacle to its growth.
Columnist and member of the Editorial Board, Houston Chronicle, Jan 25, 10.
We started out sprawling, and are now developing tight-packed cores
Vilas Bhuchar, Jan 25, 10.
David Wolff, the soon-to-depart METRO chairman, thinks it's time for serious discussions about allowing the agency to retain its one-cent sales tax.
TPC discussed the US 290 interchange project, round 2 of ARRA, and an Air Quality Progress Report for the Houston-Galveston-Brazoria region.
Editor in Chief, The Infrastructurist, Jan 22, 10.
The federal gas tax must be raised
Steve Hawley, Jan 22, 10.
Environment Texas says that electric vehicles are much cleaner despite their reliance on coal power, but other groups disagree.
Steve Hawley, Jan 20, 10.
The project has received $2 million in initial funding, although it requires much more than that, and the city is moving closer to signing a contract.
Jay Blazek Crossley, Jan 18, 10.
Galveston City Council voted 8-1 to ban texting while driving in the City of Galveston, beginning in the first week of February.
Steve Hawley, Jan 15, 10.
Charlotte is creating a denser, better-connected street network to promote compact building design and is working to match each street to its land use context.
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