Pedestrian Pete

Making Houston walkable
one step at a time

Mayor Sylvester Turner

In October we talked with future Mayor Sylvester Turner about what he would do as mayor to address walkability, from city codes to utility poles blocking sidewalks.

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Pedestrian "Pockets"

These areas have it all, from home to work and play.


Latest Posts

WHAT’S YOUR 3RD PLACE?

Originally published in FreePressHouston.com. Everyone has two important places – home and work, but we all need our own “3rd…

Mayoral Candidate Chris Bell Talks with Pete

Pete talks with mayoral candidate Chris Bell about what he would do as mayor to improve walkability in Houston, and…

Mayoral Candidate Bill Kings Talks with Pete

Listen to Pete talk with mayoral candidate Bill King about what he would do as mayor to improve walkability in…

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Featured Neighborhoods

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Downtown

Downtown Houston continues to become more pedestrian-friendly, in spite of those bleak tunnels . Great dining options, meeting places like Discovery Green and…

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Montrose

One of Houston’s earliest “suburbs,” Montrose has evolved into an inner-city tapestry of historic streets and broad-based commercial and cultural…

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Caroline Corridor

Located in Midtown south of Elgin, the Caroline Corridor is a great walkable area. From historic architecture to a wide…

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