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Thousands of high school juniors and seniors are expected tomorrow at Mayor Turner’s “Find Your Path” Career Day Expo scheduled from 9 a.m. to noon at NRG Park . METRO will be there, too, handing out information about our services and... Read More...
Posted: 12 hours, 43 minutes ago by Mary Sit 0 Comments | 67 Views
METROLift invites you to attend one of our nine community engagement meetings around the city to explain policy changes and efforts to offer more transportation options. Tomorrow, METROLift officials will be meeting at the Lighthouse at 3530 W. Dallas... Read More...
This is a guest post by Darla Bell, manager of Strategic Analysis in Communications & Marketing. It's another Houston weekend with lots from which to choose in terms of weekend activities. We've chosen a little dance, a little humor and a... Read More...
Take the Red Line to the MFA and check out this wonderful exhibition of the photographer Helen Levitt, one of the most celebrated photographers of the 20th century. Levitt captured candid scenes of everyday life in New York City, featuring working-class... Read More...
We all know how to behave when we drive our personal vehicle and catch a ride with a friend. But when we ride public transit, sometimes those manners disappear. METRO has a Code of Conduct that politely reminds the public how to act on our vehicles, facilities... Read More...
Posted: 09-19-2016, 9:00 AM by Mary Sit
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This is a guest post by Darla Bell, manager of Strategic Analysis in Communications & Marketing. September is usually the beginning of the season for many of our city’s performance organizations, so this weekend we’re featuring two opening... Read More...
What does METRO spend its money on? Come find out at a public hearing next Wednesday, Sept. 21 at noon at 1900 Main St. in the boardroom. You may read about METRO’s FY17 Operating and Capital Budgets here and make any public comments next Wednesday.... Read More...
Posted: 09-15-2016, 12:15 PM by Mary Sit 0 Comments | 202 Views
Some middle school students are stepping outside the classroom to learn about everything from medicine to art to public transportation. About 120 students from the southeast Houston charter school A+ Unlimited Potential go on field trips three times a... Read More...
Now there’s a new bus that can travel all day picking up people and dropping them off – on one battery charge. A zero emission bus was unveiled yesterday by Proterra at the American Public Transportation Association’s annual convention... Read More...
Posted: 09-13-2016, 3:56 PM by Mary Sit 1 Comments | 259 Views
If you’re got a ticket to see a Houston Cougars game at TDECU stadium, you can ride METRORail free to and from the game. All you need to do is show your UH student ID or a valid game ticket to a fare inspector if you’re approached. METRO has... Read More...
Posted: 09-12-2016, 3:08 PM by Mary Sit 0 Comments | 203 Views
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