Thursday, May 2, 2013

Public Transit in Houston.

Presented with only one comment.  This is behind the Chron's paywall so I'm only going to quote a very small piece (which I believe is keeping with the spirit of fair use) and encourage you to go read the whole thing.

US Transportation Chief: Houston needs to 'get it's act together' on Light Rail. Dug Begly,

LaHood said the area is coming up short because more hasn't been done to extend lines to the suburbs where most people live.
He said he spent the morning in Houston talking about projects to extend transit farther from the downtown area. Suburban taxpayers who supported referendums in 2003 and 2012 especially have demonstrated a desire for development, only to have officials shortchange them
"The fact that these people voted for a referendum and are paying these taxes and have never seen any benefit from it is just not right," LaHood said.

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My comment: I can't believe I actually agree with LaHood.

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