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How Houston Reimagined its Transit Network and Increased Ridership

Featured image credit: Laura Bliss, CityLab As a transit-oriented blog reader, you may have heard back in 2015 that Houston’s Metro system changed the route map of its buses overnight after years of careful planning and community feedback. Now going on four years later, what has been the impact on riders and the communities they live in? […]

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Sunday Summary – October 26, 2014

Here’s all the goodies from streets.mn this week. Just like Halloween candy, you can select only the fun size Snickers® bars and leave the other stuff for your little brother, savor each and every post one at a time, or just snarf it all down in a transpo-land use binge. Ideas to talk about Road […]

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Sunday Summary – October 12, 2014

Here’s the week on streets.mn, beautifully blurbed and creatively categorized: Stop, Look and Listen Stop: This week, equity issues (which are almost always lack of equity issues) figure prominently as streets.mn continues to expand the conversation about transportation, land use and include more viewpoints. Three Things You Should Know about the Suburban Equity Cry reviews some […]

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