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METRO's Extreme Makeover
You may have seen the Houston Chronicle's Sunday op-ed piece by METRO Chairman David Wolff, recounting the remarkable strides METRO has made in the past six years. Six years ago, METRO faced stiff challenges. As it struggled to obtain federal funds Read More...
Transcript of Web Chat with Frank Wilson
Thanks to all of you who joined our Web chat today at noon. METRO's President & CEO Frank J. Wilson hosted today's chat, where questions ranged from light-rail service to both airports to our new Quick Line Signature Bus service to debut in Read More...
Transcript of Today's Web Chat with Bryan Pennington
Today, Bryan Pennington, senior vice president of engineering and construction, hosted our sixth Web chat. The topic: METRO Solutions and the five light-rail lines we are building. We had 34 people chatting, and we received far more questions than we Read More...
Web Chat: Ask Everything You've Always Wanted to Know About Light Rail
This Thursday, you'll have a chance to ask anything and everything you've ever wanted to know about the five light-rail lines METRO is building. The man in charge of building out those rail lines is Bryan Pennington, senior vice president of engineering Read More...
More Americans Are Riding Light Rail
More people across America are taking public transit. That's according to the latest research by the American Public Transportation Association (APTA). And what mode of transportation experienced the biggest growth? Light rail. Light rail increased Read More...
METRO Board Chooses University Corridor Alignment, Plus Light Rail Immediately for All Five Lines
In a board room packed with media and the public, the METRO board this afternoon voted for an alignment along the University corridor that was not exactly what anyone was expecting. At issue was the segment east of Main Street. Instead of the three rail Read More...