Posted on · As the city's bike network continues to grow, cyclists say more needs to be done to maintain on-street bikeways.
Posted on · Houstonians two bayous are now connected
Posted on · Drivers won’t have to detour through the Heights anymore now that TxDOT has wrapped up work on a major bridge replacement project.
Posted on · A new project is closing the gaps in one of Houston’s popular bike trails.
Posted on · The bike plan would create hundreds of miles of new bike-ways around the city.
Posted on · Downtown Houston's first bike lane was opened back in March, and so far, it's a bit lonely. Officials say more construction needs to happen before more cyclists use it.
Posted on · Last month, the U.S. Department of Education rejected the Lone Star State’s new educator evaluation system. Texas must create an evaluation system that meets federal guidelines if the state wants to keep its No Child Left Behind waiver. Texas education officials have until March 31 to submit a new set of guidelines. Those proposed revisions […]
Posted on · The City of Houston is launching a $500,000 effort to develop a citywide bicycling plan. It's the first such comprehensive effort since 1994. On this edition of Houston Matters, we discuss efforts underway to develop the bike plan, its potential benefits for the city and changes Houston's bicycling community would like to see. We welcome […]
Posted on · We learn more about efforts to fight Multiple sclerosis in conjunction with the 30th annual BP MS 150, a two-day, 180-mile bike ride from Houston to Austin, benefiting the National MS Society: Lone Star.
Posted on · We learn about the UnitedHealthcare Ride 2 Recovery Texas Challenge, where someÂ 200 wounded veterans and their supporters will ride bikes 490 miles from Houston to Arlington over seven days. The ride starts Sunday, March 23. The cyclists will ride through central Texas with overnight stops in College Station, Georgetown, Fort Hood, Waco and Cleburne. […]
Posted on · Another Critical Mass bike ride is planned for this Friday night. We talk with organizers, and consider both the goals of â andÂ concerns raised by â these occasionalÂ mass bike rides. The movement was originally founded in San Francisco to draw attention to how unfriendly that cityâs streets were to cyclists. Here in Houston, […]
Posted on · After months of oppressive heat and humidity, autumn has arrived and the weather in Houston has been glorious in recent days. Seems like as good a time as any to talk about the weather. On this edition of Houston Matters, weÂ field your questionsÂ for Houston Weather Research Center Chief Meteorologist Jason Luze, and Lance […]
Posted on · Houston is growing and changing like few places in the nation. But is it growing in a way that the community can support over the long haul? The Shell Center for Sustainability at Rice University is poised to release its 3rd report on Houston Sustainability Performance this week. On this edition ofÂ Houston Matters, we […]