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In an alternate universe, I could see a regional heavy rail line running from the Woodlands to Sugarland, roughly along the (current) I-45 and I-69 alignments working okay, and I could see an I-10-aligned line out to Katy working. (But while I can see those lines working, I really can't see them happening.)
But regional lines would have to be grade-separated heavy rail. I wouldn't extend the light rail network further out into the "suburbs" than the red line currently goes.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away (around 1975 actually), the summer day camp I was in used to go to a movie at the old Meyerland Theatre (usually a Don Knotts-era Disney movie), then to Hager park. I remember the indoor basketball court.