Why the city needs to revisit the city-wide code.
Understanding the nature of Houston's sprawl is about figuring out what it really means to be urban.
We asked pedestrians and bicyclists to tell us about their close calls on the road. The results are harrowing.
For years, Houston has been seen as a car-centric city. By and large, it still is. Fewer than 7 percent of city residents walk, bike or take transit to work, according to Census estimates. But the Kinder Houston Area Survey also indicates those attitudes are shifting, and today residents’ preference for “walkable urbanism” in the Houston area is more prevalent than ever.