Posted on · AÂ new report indicates pedestrian fatalities have decreased nationwideÂ after a three-year spike.Â But not here in Texas. On this edition of Houston Matters, weâll talk with the reportâs author, transportation researcher Dr. Allan Williams, the former chief scientist at theÂ Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, about the particulars of what he found. Then weâll […]
Posted on · As 2013 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories in Houston news this year in the areas of transportation and energy, and we remember a deadly hotel fire that took the lives of four Houston firefighters. We chat with KUHF reporters Gail Delaughter, Dave Fehling, and Pat Hernandez.
Posted on · METROâs Red LineÂ will open for service next week. The second light-rail line will add more than five miles to the existing Main Street Line, starting at UH-Downtown and running through Houstonâs historic Northside. KUHF Transportation Reporter Gail Delaughter recently took a tour of the new rail line. She joins us to talk about the […]
Posted on · If you feel like there are more people around the Bayou City these days â well, trust those feelings. The U.S. Census Bureau says the Houston metro area has seen greater population growth than any other U.S. metro area in the last decadeâ¦and last year, Harris County added more residents than any other U.S. county. […]