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It’s Memorial Day weekend already! There’s a lot to do, and we have a few suggestions to keep you busy. Whether you spend your time visiting prehistoric beasts, settling back for an evening of music and dance, or honoring those who give the... Read More...
Spend any time on Houston’s freeways, and you’ll notice 18-wheelers are a part of the landscape. The efficiency of freight movement is important, affecting the bottom line. The Department of Transportation’s blog, Fast Lane, says businesses... Read More...
Posted: 05-26-2016, 4:24 PM by Mary Sit 0 Comments | 81 Views
If you’re disabled and depend on METROLift to take you to the doctor or school or grocery store, we’d like to introduce you to a free program that shows you how to ride METRO local buses and rail to give you more travel choices. All our buses... Read More...
Posted: 05-25-2016, 4:42 PM by Mary Sit
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This weekend in observance of Memorial Day, METRO will be operating on a holiday schedule . On Memorial Day, Monday, May 30, the following will occur: Buses and METRORail will follow their usual Sunday schedule . No Park & Ride service. HOV/HOT lanes... Read More...
Copa America is the oldest international, continental football competition – or soccer as we call it in the U.S. – and it’s coming to Houston. Houston is one of 10 cities hosting the 32 matches, and METRO has made it easy for you to... Read More...
Posted: 05-23-2016, 3:30 PM by Mary Sit
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At this point it looks like a rain-free weekend, so let’s get out and enjoy it! Here are a few ideas…from classic opera to cutting-edge comedy to vintage automobiles. Whatever your weekend destination in our service area, METRO can take you... Read More...
Tomorrow, METRO celebrates National Bike to Work Day , and we invite you to join METRO employees and the city in a fun celebratory ride around downtown. Mayor Turner, the METRO Cycling Club , and biking enthusiasts will explore bikeways, including the... Read More...
In 1962, President Kennedy signed a proclamation designating May 15 as Peace Officers Memorial Day. Today the week in which that date falls is recognized as Police Week. Thousands of law enforcement officers from around the world come to Washington to... Read More...
Posted: 05-16-2016, 9:00 AM by Mary Sit 1 Comments | 189 Views
There’s always a lot to do in Houston on the weekend! Indoors, outdoors, daytime, evening – here are just a few things that look intriguing. You can be awed by giant sculptures, float away on a paddleboard, or dance in your seat to the syncopations... Read More...
METRO Chair Carrin Patman is reaching out to the media, as she spells out her vision for METRO and her focus on a regional transit plan. Last Thursday, KUHF aired a segment with Patman being interviewed on the train by transportation reporter Gail Delaughter.... Read More...
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