How can Houston leverage a bus reimagining and new rail lines to improve livability?
With a headline-grabbing bus reimagining in our rear-view mirror and the opening of new two urban rail lines, what’s next for Houston’s transit system? With the tantalizing prospect of increased ridership reducing the number of cars on Houston’s congested roads, what else can Houston do to improve public transit? Share with us your ideas on how METRO can improve service, routes or ridership in Houston.
It's time for Houston to consider grade-separated, elevated heavy rail similar to Chicago's "L" system. This system would not interfere with street traffic and would be much faster and more reliable than light rail. This could be used as a…
I know that I am intimidated to try out new bus routes. I'm sure I will embarrass myself....how about a video users guide to bus etiquette?
Improve Amtrak service!
Houston's Amtrak station is practically underneath I-49, and is not serviced by METRO. The station needs to be relocated to provide easier access to people on foot, bike, or transit and show the good side of the…
A bus line in the "Energy Corridor" that actually hits every single Energy Company (Oil & Gas Company)...I mean, that's why it gets its name from, right?
I tried more than once to get the bus from my house to…
I think if the bus system was run much more smoothly and it was more transparent and easy to use it would improve the efficiency alot. I think if if effort were made for showing people the benefits and easiness…