The Greater Northside Managment District has been working on projects, like a Rosalinda Toro sculpture on Fulton and Boundary, in the area to bring more aesthetics. have been looking into […]
There are many pedestrian-friendly possibilities for the Greater Northside area that may include a multifamily complex, commercial businesses, and a park area.
Pedestrian Pete walks with executive director of Greater Northside Management District Rebecca Reyna. Follow along as they discuss the extension of Houston MetroRail and adding sidewalk for riders’ convenience.
In neighborhoods like Prince St., sidewalks cut through residential parking spaces, causing cars to inconvenience pedestrians. Increasing setbacks and building rear-loaded homes could improve the quality of sidewalks and curb […]
It’ll take more than appealing sidewalks to get Houston walking. Building commercial businesses closer together could reduce the number of parking lots and allow more people to walk to their […]
Pete and Julie Campoli, urban designer and author of Made For Walking, discuss how laws and policies regarding pedestrians, cyclists, and crosswalks should be integrated into drivers education for the […]