Houston Matters

The Houston commute (Dec. 1, 2023)

On Friday’s show: We learn what a new report about traffic across Texas tells us about Houstonians’ daily commute. It’s not all bad news.



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On Friday’s show: Houston's communities of color are hit hardest by worsening air quality, a new report from the Environmental Integrity Project says.

Also this hour: What a new report about traffic across Texas tells us about Houstonians' daily commute. It's not all bad news.

Then: Why Mayor Sylvester Turner is upset about comments made this week by a candidate vying to replace him, and changes have begun to the quad at Rice in response to a university task force's findings about the school's founder. We discuss those intrigues in the news as we break down The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the week.

And we reflect on lessons learned from the collapse of Enron.


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