Posted on · On Friday's Houston Matters: Inside the state takeover of the HISD board, cycling fatalities outside the city's urban core, The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly of the news, and religious historian Karen Armstrong on how we approach and interpret scripture.
Posted on · We learn about what can be done in practical terms to improve accessibility and safety for those walking and cycling in Houston.
Posted on · Houston Bike Share, along with BikeHouston, FreeWheels Houston, and Rice Bikes have all come together to give away bicycles to Houstonians who were affected by Hurricane Harvey. Whether it was due to losing a car, being relocated, or simply having disrupted public transportation services, close to five hundred thousand Houstonians are in need of transportation.
Posted on · 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 […]
Posted on · Brent crude oil prices are hovering these days around $50 a barrel. While that’s an improvement over the historic lows seen back in January, it’s still a far cry from $100-plus totals we saw through much of 2011-2014. Such sustained low oil prices have had ripple effects across the industry, leading to layoffs, some bankruptcies […]