Pedestrian Pete

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one step at a time

Mayor Annise Parker

In part two of this three-part series, Pedestrian Pete walks in Montrose and interviews Mayor Annise Parker, a great advocate of a more walkable, bikeable city.

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A Walk With Mayor Annise Parker

Recently Houston’s Mayor Annise Parker joined Pedestrian Pete for a walk along Westheimer in the Montrose area. Starting at Hugo’s… – Dangerous Streets for Bikes

An un-walkable city in The 21st Century [ is a doomed city! ] A safe pedestrian and bike friendly city…

How Walkable is Your Neighborhood?

Are you in pedestrian paradise? Take the quiz to find out, then share your results with Pedestrian Pete on Facebook.

Featured Neighborhoods



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



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


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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