Posted on · Trucks will make one last pass through Brazoria County this week to pick up storm debris. Many people are still recovering after historic flooding on the Brazos River.
Posted on · Residents northwest of Houston say some major projects are raising questions about the rights of property owners. A Grimes County group is holding a public meeting this week to discuss how to move forward.
Posted on · The Houston-Galveston Area Council is looking for some innovative cycling and pedestrian projects. It’s offering a grant to help get one of those projects off the ground.
Posted on · The upcoming Texas Renaissance Festival is a time for merriment. But if you get a little too merry, authorities are warning you not to get behind the wheel.
Posted on · The transit agency says it wants to help disabled riders access the fixed-route buses.
Posted on · The bus will bring commuters from Houston to employment centers in that suburb.
Posted on · Texas leads the nation in the number of car-train collisions. There are also a high number of accidents involving people walking on tracks.
Posted on · In the annual “State of Metro” address before the Greater Houston Partnership, the transit agency’s chairman says there’s a lot that still needs to be done following the last referendum.
Posted on · It's the first time that "Sunday Streets" will be held outside the Loop.
Posted on · Metro’s social media team communicates with thousands of riders every day. Online they’re known only by their first initials.
Posted on · Transit officials want to know how the zero-emission bus will perform out in traffic.
Posted on · Metro’s board has approved a billion-dollar budget for the new fiscal year. But officials say they’ll have to watch it closely, as they anticipate a possible drop in sales tax revenues.
Posted on · Metro’s board is preparing to vote on the transit agency’s budget for Fiscal Year 2017. Officials say they’re on solid financial ground despite an expected drop in some revenues.
Posted on · The million-dollar facility is designed to serve a growing population.
Posted on · You might use all sorts of colorful language to describe your daily commute. The word “pretty’ usually doesn’t make the list. But one local artist sees beauty where the rest of us may just see concrete and tail lights.