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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 his focus on pedestrian safety and sidewalk improvements is music to Pete’s ears.  We are reaching out to the other candidates to get their views on this important issue, and will post their responses as we receive them, so stay tuned!

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 Houston. He advocates for key changes to Houston sidewalk maintenance policy – something that Pete likes to hear.  We are reaching out to the other candidates to get their views on this important issue, and will post their responses as we receive them, so stay tuned!

Pete talks with Steve Costello, mayoral candidate and City Councilman

A few days ago we talked with City Councilman and mayoral candidate Steve Costello about what he would do as mayor to address walkability, and he’s got some good ideas and insights. We are reaching out to the other candidates to get their views on this important issue, and will post their responses as we receive them, so stay tuned!

Smart Growth America: Foot Traffic Ahead

This report addresses walkable urbanism in America’s largest metro areas.

The seven best cities for Pedestrians are Washington, D.C., New York, Boston, San Francisco, Chicago, Seattle, and Portland.

CNU 23: Meeting the Demand for Walkable Places

For three generations we have built car-oriented infrastructure, housing, and businesses; Now we face tremendous pent-up demand for walkable, people-oriented places. The most recent CNU Congress convened to discuss design, development, and transportation policy in response to shifting needs and demographics.

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