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How + Why
Houston struggles with mobility issues that impact access to opportunity and quality of life.
Houston’s relatively low cost of housing diminishes when transportation is factored in, accounting for 20% of household income.
Roughly 20% of households in Houston’s low-moderate income neighborhoods do not own cars, (8% citywide and up to 33% in some areas).
Inadequate/absent sidewalks and few transit options exacerbate barriers to jobs, education and social supports in many neighborhoods
Following our first Street Safety Summit with the Kinder Institute in 2018, the City of Houston, Harris County, and other stakeholders developed mobility initiatives and implemented projects to address [...]
LINK Houston Community Engagement Specialist Andret Rayford recently met with longtime Old Spanish Trail/South Union (OST/SU) resident and former city planner Paulette Wagner for a walk through the neighborhood. [...]
Transportation engineering currently prioritizes convenience for people driving over safety for people walking or biking. This makes streets more dangerous for everyone, including drivers. Now is your opportunity to change all [...]