2015 TIP Call for Projects

On September 26, The TPC authorized the opening of a Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) Call for Projects. Applications will be accepted from October 6, 2014 through December 15, 2014. There will be an opportunity to inform project sponsors and answer questions: Webinar: Friday, October 10, 2014, 1:00 p.m. - 3:30 p.m. Register Today Plan to participate to ensure your agency is is included in the 2015 TIP Call for Projects. Additional information will be posted HERE....
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Commute Solutions at UH Cougars

uhOn Friday, October 17th, H-GAC's Commute Solutions Program will partner with IMG Sports at the University of Houston's Football Game vs. Temple at newly built, TDECU Stadium. Commute Solutions is a voluntary trip reduction program designed to help mitigate congestion and improve mobility and air quality in the Houston-Galveston Region. Prior to game kickoff, Commute Solutions staff will distribute information about various commute alternatives. Staff will also encourage incoming fans to take the "My Solution Is"...Pledge, which motivates individuals to try one commute alternative to help clean our region's air. Commute Solutions at...
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Greater West Houston Mobility Plan Public Meeting

west-houston-mobility-planH-GAC, in partnership with City of Houston, the West Houston Association, the Westchase District, the Energy Corridor, the Texas Department of Transportation and others, is conducting a study to develop long range mobility and land use strategies for the greater West Houston area. The fourth and final public meeting and open house will be held on Thursday November 6, to present findings on existing conditions, population and employment growth scenarios, and potential infrastructure and policy strategies in the study area. Residents, business owners, and local officials are invited to attend and provide...
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The Texas Big Six 2040 Signature Workshop

TexasBigSixWith a horizon year of 2040, key representatives from Texas' six largest cities, Austin, Dallas, El Paso, Fort Worth, Houston, and San Antonio, will speak about major plans, policies, and projects currently underway that will shape the livability, resiliency, and competitiveness of these cities and our region's future. The panelists include:
  • Greg Guernsey, Director of Planning, City of Austin
  • David Cossum, Director of Sustainability and Construction, City of Dallas
  • Carlos Gallinar, Deputy Director of City Development and Planning, City of El Paso
  • Randle Harwood, Director of Planning and Development, City of Fort Worth
  • Pat Walsh, Director of...
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