Posted on · Self-described "transportation nerd" Veronica O. Davis, the director of Transportation and Drainage for the City of Houston, discusses her new book "Inclusive Transportation."
Posted on · Episode: 2922 Gearing up: the continuously variable transmission. Today, we change gears.
Posted on · We talk about the latest technology in the automotive industry and what’s next for vehicles on the road.
Posted on · Episode: 2558 How to cool an internal combustion engine — with water or with air? Today, cooled by air or water?
Posted on · This comes as racing enthusiasts descend onto the Houston area for TX2K, an annual racing event taking place mid-March in Baytown.
Posted on · On Tuesday's show: We learn about opposition to Senate Bill 147, which would prevent companies and citizens from China, Iran, North Korea, and Russia from purchasing land in Texas.
Posted on · Episode: 2402 In which Bertha Benz shows the world what the automobile can do. Today, Bertha Benz’s ride.
Posted on · Episode: 2755 Tire Pressure Monitoring Systems. Today, under pressure.
Posted on · On Wednesday's show: Methane leaking from oil and gas facilities in the Permian Basin, the week in politics, and the annual car and boat shows join forces.
Posted on · On Wednesday's Houston Matters: Scientists tasked with creating new federal nutrition guidelines are coming to Houston. Then, we discuss the latest political news. Plus, we learn about robots delivering food at UH. And we visit the Houston Auto Show.
Posted on · In 2018, Texas had 508 major hail events.
Posted on · More than a year after hurricanes Harvey and Irma, there are more than 150,000 flooded cars on the road. And if you’re not careful, you could end up with one.
Posted on · We meet Walt Brinker, a former Houstonian who has made a hobby out of helping motorists stranded along the roadside — so much so that he wrote a book about it.
Posted on · Houstonian Franklin Lamm tells Houston Matters about his beloved first car -- a gray 1979 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme.
Posted on · Students at Houston's SAM Tech, the School of Automotive Machinists and Technology, often go on to work for racing teams in circuits like NASCAR and NHRA.