Positive Future #528 (Feature photo – Houston Traffic – Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license – Dhanix)
Curbed journalist Patrick Sisson bring us news about how one of America’s mega-cities – Houston – plans to deal with car congestions. The plan is to spend approximately 280 million dollars per mile to widen or upgrade 25 miles of road – for a total cost of $7 billion.
Houston, a city of 2 million people is at the center of a metro area of 7 million people – and it seems they all can’t go to town at the same time. Hard to imagine how food on trucks can all get in. Is there a better way? You can read the full story here: