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  • What was that?

    Harvey: The Storm

    The biggest rainstorm in US history dumped 25 trillion tons of the Gulf Mexico on the coast

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  • Humans in peril

    First responders on the job

    Getting people out of harm's way was the first job as the waters rose to threaten lives and poperty

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  • What went wrong?

    A thousand points of blame

    Even before the rescue boats went out people started explain what caused the devastation.

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  • Houston’s Transit Future

    TOMORROW issue #4

    Summer 2011 Volume 1, Number 1 Download (pdf, 4 mb) The Houston region is poised to become a leader in transit and transit-oriented development - if we just don’t lose our nerve, and are able to think outside the traditional boxes about how to deliver service in a huge, diverse,…

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10 Big Things

Hurricane Harvey suggest the need for a fundamentally new paradigm that values the sustainability of life

Mayor Sylvester Turner

Five strategies to facilitate the paradigm shift in transportation

Jay Blazek Crossley

Stop investing in roads to build new neighborhoods that cause other neighborhoods to flood

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