Posted on · Houston officials explain how area streets and bridges are inspected and when they’re shut down.
Posted on · Last week Houston saw some flooding. Thankfully it wasn't quite as bad as predicted, but that's not to say we're out of danger for the year. Hurricane season is right around the corner, and the city's flat landscape means flooding, drainage and mitigating water are always top of mind for some people — especially those […]
Posted on · Over the past couple of days, we've talked with advocates for cyclists and pedestrians about ongoing concerns over accidents and fatalities involving Houstonians walking or riding bikes around town, and a general feeling that Houston is still not a particularly easy place to get around on foot or on a bicycle. Jay Blazek Crossley, a […]
Posted on · Eight dead in Houston, millions of dollars in damages — by now we all know how the Memorial Day rains affected the region, and while we can't stop the rain, some argue we could do more to mitigate the results. Kriston Capps is a staff writer for CityLab, a division of The Atlantic. In a […]
Posted on · Montrose residents areÂ petitioning the cityÂ to address that neighborhoodâs deteriorating sidewalks. TheÂ Montrose Sidewalk CoalitionÂ says cracked sidewalks pose a danger â theyâd like the city to offer a plan to the public to address the state of their sidewalks and ensure safety and access. There’s just one problem: according to city law, property […]