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Full Show: Commuting Alone, And Dealing With Sewage Overflows (Aug. 16, 2018)

On Thursday’s Houston Matters: We learn why about 80 percent of Houston commuters drive to work by themselves. Plus, a local nonprofit is taking the city to task over violations of the Clean Water Act. We discuss what podcasts you’re listening to. And we visit some local gathering spots built around playing the games.

On Thursday’s Houston Matters: About 80 percent of Houston commuters drive to work by themselves. News 88.7’s Gail Delaughter explains why.

Also this hour: A local nonprofit is taking the City of Houston to task over some 9,000 violations of the Clean Water Act over the last five years related to sewage entering local waterways. We learn more about the violations and their ramifications for the city.

Then, Craig Cohen and Joshua Zinn chat about some of their favorite podcasts and invite you to talk about the podcasts that interest you.

And we visit some places in Houston where people gather to play video games.

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