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Update on the Finalized Houston Bike Plan

Last week, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Joe Turner from the city’s Parks and Recreation Department  announced plans to close gaps in the White Oak Bayou bike trail. The project is a piece of a larger citywide bike plan awaiting City Council approval. We last discussed the plan in late February, when its first draft was […]

Photo: Michael Hagerty, Houston Public MediaLast week, Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and Joe Turner from the city’s Parks and Recreation Department  announced plans to close gaps in the White Oak Bayou bike trail. The project is a piece of a larger citywide bike plan awaiting City Council approval. We last discussed the plan in late February, when its first draft was released.

Today, we learn more about the finalized plan from John Long, executive director of the non-profit bicycle advocacy group BikeHouston.

MORE: Bike Plan Draft Offers a Vision for a Bicycle-Friendly Future (Houston Matters, Feb. 29, 2016)

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