Under city law, strip malls are not allowed to be too close to sidewalks. They must build large parking spaces in order for the city expand on streets or construct […]
Companies can help make Houston a nicer city by providing workers with incentives and amenities to walk, bike, or take the bus/rail to work!
The City is using taxpayer money to build unsafe streets!
Instead of cutting down trees to make more room for powerlines, developers can build utilities underground and spare trees for only a small cost.
Michael Skelly discusses the possibilities for bike infrastructure for Houston. For example, Midtown has a right-of-way that would open up a “bike freeway” of sorts for commuters and other bicyclists […]
Houston has quickly adopted the bike share program, B*cycle, that has been implemented around the City. The average bike moves 1.5 times per day – pretty impressive for a city […]