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Where the sidewalk ends

Houston's a walking landmine: Broken, disappearing sidewalks cited in pedestrian audit

By Whitney Radley

Houston may have been deemed the most walkable big city in Texas by WalkScore's algorithms, but a jaunt around pretty much any city block proves that — at ground level &mda ...


Houston's Shocking Honor

Houston dubbed the No. 1 most walkable city: No, really

By Whitney Radley

Despite our unwavering love for this city, it's hard to argue that walkability is Houston's strong suit. That's why a ranking by the folks behind WalkScore.com proved a surpri ...


Ranking it

Houston is no hipster haven, according to new study, but rankers aren't hip to H-Town

By Whitney Radley

The folks at the California-based real estate site Movoto seem to have quite the vendetta against hipsters, so much so that they spent the time to rank the 30 most populous U.S. cities by ...


Avenues of joy

Can Houston become a walking city? Plan aims to shut down some streets to cars, aid pedestrians

By Whitney Radley

"We call on Mayor Annise Parker and City Council to open up a Houston street to pedestrians once a week," reads the first line of a petition that has popped up in my Facebook feed continu ...


Commute Well

Houston's Bike Score is laughably bad, but it's deemed more bikeable than Austin

By Whitney Radley

When I first moved to Houston last year, my No. 1 criteria in a rental property was neighborhood walkability. I needed to be within a few blocks of a grocery store, friends' houses and a f ...


Flood fighting

Westheimer to be cut down to two lanes for construction as it becomes more pedestrian friendly

By Whitney Radley

Good news for Upper Kirby residents: The portion of Westheimer Road between Shepherd Drive and Buffalo Speedway is due to receive a much-needed re-paving as part of the last phase of drainage ...


Walkability

A tale of two West U apartment complexes: When high density development hits close to home

By Whitney Radley

It looks like West University has a lot of density in its future, following last week's announcement by Behringer Harvard and Trammell Crow Residential of plans to develop a 231-unit apartment ...


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