HOA Fighting Traffic Project Aimed to Ease Congestion in Uptown

An almost $200 million plan for Post Oak Boulevard in Houston’s Uptown faces backlash.  A nearby homeowner’s association filed a lawsuit this month arguing the plan is illegal because voters did not authorize the transformation. They contend in 2003, the electorate greenlit light rail along Houston’s so-called “Rodeo Drive” but not dedicated bus lanes. They also argue the current plan could destroy business in the area.   Read the article……….


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