Tag Archives: shared streets

Clear Lake Ped/Bike Study Website Launched!

Our team’s Clear Lake Pedestrian and Bicyclist Study website is now live thanks to Traffic Engineers, Inc. Our first public meeting will be held June 9th, 6:30 – 8:00 pm at Clear Lake City Community Association Pavilion Building . Please join us to … Continue reading

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ARC Tackles Ped/Bike Issues in Clear Lake

Asakura Robinson Company and Traffic Engineers, Inc. are working with City of Houston’s Bicycle Coordinator, Dan Raine, to assess and improve pedestrian and bicycle connectivity and access in the Clear Lake area. The federally funded project comes through H-GAC. Team members … Continue reading

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B-cycle

It seems funny to think of riding a bicycle as keeping up with the times, but for so long Houston has been without a bike-share program that it almost does seem that we are behind them, the times that is… … Continue reading

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Woonerf

“Woonerf” (“Street for living”) is a Dutch term for a common space created to be shared by pedestrians, bicyclists, and low-speed motor vehicles. They are typically narrow streets without curbs and sidewalks, and vehicles are slowed by placing trees, planters, … Continue reading

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