Left behind in business-as-usual city planning processes: low income and racial minority residents who rely on biking for transportation.
Nov 5, 2015 Next City
Transit Oriented Development projects around the country are still facing suburban-style parking requirements.
Oct 30, 2015 The Dallas Morning News
Like many other cities, Houston was looking for ways to bring more residents to Downtown. The Downtown Living Initiative has worked well—but will it leave some populations behind?
Oct 28, 2015 Houston Chronicle
Houston faces political conflict around a new drainage fee, meant to fund efforts to fix the city's crumbling infrastructure. Other cities could soon find themselves in a similar predicament.
Oct 26, 2015 Next City
By shifting salves tax revenue to highway construction and prohibiting the use of tolls, Prop 7 would ensure that Texas continues on a path of sprawl and congestion, according to opponents of the proposed constitutional amendment.
Oct 23, 2015 Streetsblog USA
Large corporations are making huge investments in new office parks in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, reflecting a desire to attract young talent with Google- and Facebook-like workplaces.
Oct 22, 2015 The Dallas Morning News
Dallas and Houston's expanding light rail systems are helping boost economic development as new commercial and residential development sprouts up around transit stations.
Oct 19, 2015 PBS NewsHour
A report commissioned by Texas Central Partners is the first to calculate the potential economic benefit of a proposed privately developed high-speed rail connection between Houston and Dallas.
Oct 17, 2015 The Dallas Morning News
The suburban city of Plano, Texas, located outside of Dallas, approved this week a comprehensive plan that overcame vocal opposition to the idea of mixed-use, urban developments.
Oct 14, 2015 D Magazine
Local officials, planners, and other civic leaders have joined together to look at how the city can bring neighborhoods split by freeways back together again.
Oct 13, 2015 The Dallas Morning News