The megalopolis has a $7.5-billion plan to expand transit options for Texans over the next two decades.
America’s fourth largest city could take a giant leap for mass transit — as long as Houston voters don’t muck it up.
Houston’s Metropolitan Transit Authority, or METRO, is nearly done compiling its $7.5-billion long-term plan to expand its rail and bus system to help Texans traverse Space City more easily, before a $3-billion bond proposal heads to the ballot in November. [Read more.]
Aaron Short | JUNE 5, 2019