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Perhaps what didn’t make Hurricane Harvey headlines is how the local transit agency Houston Metro’s commitment to emergency preparedness paid off – before, during and after the storm.
Less than a month ago, TransitCenter concluded the inaugural round of our transit agency board member training program, produced in partnership with the Institute for Transportation and Development Policy.
The redesign of Houston’s bus network was accomplished during three years of planning and consultation and then implemented overnight on August 16, 2015.
Following our recent interviews with TransForm and the MARTA Army, our feature today is from Clarence Eckerson, the founder of Streetfilms.
Why can’t our transit operators catch up to where the rest of the world was a generation ago?
Regular readers of our blog have gotten to know that TransitCenter’s interests are at the intersection of new ideas and...