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Chair Carrin Patman on the State of METRO
METRO Chair Carrin Patman gave the annual State of METRO address at the Greater Houston Partnership’s luncheon meeting last Thursday, summarizing how the agency is funded and looking ahead to a multi-modal future in which METRO partners with other Read More...
The State of METRO
Come hear about the State of METRO at the Greater Houston Partnership’s annual luncheon tomorrow focused on all things METRO. METRO Chair Carrin Patman will deliver the address and focus on how METRO can be a part of multi-modal, regional transportation. Read More...
State of Transportation
What's the state of transportation in our region? With METRO about to launch the extended North/Red Line on Dec. 21 - and two more lines in 2014 - the landscape of public transit in Houston is changing. The Greater Houston Partnership (GHP) sponsored Read More...
The State of METRO: Success in the Four Rs
METRO Chairman Gilbert Garcia recapped the four “Rs” of METRO to describe a successful year in which ridership trended upward in fiscal year 2013, increasing 4.3 percent compared to the previous year. “We’re making progress,” Read More...
State of METRO
Come listen to the State of METRO at a presentation sponsored by the Greater Houston Partnership . METRO Chairman Gilbert Garcia and Tom Lambert, interim president & CEO, will discuss METRO's plans to improve mobility in this region and share Read More...
Greanias Reports on State of METRO
METRO President & CEO George Greanias reported on the state of METRO yesterday at the Greater Houston Partnership luncheon, saying that METRO has fixed problems, changed the way the agency does business and continues to make things work every day,with Read More...
Houston Needs Good Infrastructure
The new president of the Greater Houston Partnership (GHP) says Houston's a great place to be now - but points out that Houston will double in size by 2050. That means we need to improve our infrastructure. "I'd like GHP to advocate strongly Read More...
Smart Transit...Maybe Even a Yak
METRO President & CEO George Greanias told business leaders yesterday that Houston needs smart transit - and he's determined to deliver it by bus, train, trolley, tram or even a yak. At a Greater Houston Partnership luncheon yesterday on the state Read More...
Greanias Asks Business Community for Support
George Greanias , METRO's president & CEO, asked leaders of the Houston business community to support public transit and to support METRO. He made those remarks today at a luncheon sponsored by the Greater Houston Partnership , a network of the Read More...
Chairman David Wolff Gives Snapshot of METRO
METRO Chairman David Wolff told Houston's movers and shakers it was time to restore METRO's full funding - and if that were to happen, the agency could double the amount of work it was doing. He made those remarks as the guest speaker at the Greater Read More...
Chairman Wolff to Address State of METRO
If you want to find out exactly what's going on at METRO, our current condition and where we're headed, come listen to METRO Chairman David S. Wolff . He'll be speaking at the Greater Houston Partnership luncheon next Thursday, Nov. 5, at Read More...