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  1. I was being serious. Instead of highway sized shoulders, they should added a barrier and have bike lanes on both sides. But based on what the city has done, they clearly aren't encouraging that. It's obvious they would rather you take the Hardy St. bike lanes on the ground.
  2. So ya'll don't see this as near highway speed traffic, huh? Interesting. I think it will get even more dangerous once they do make the Hardy Toll Road connection.
  3. This feels way too dangerous to bike down.
  4. Finally! My wife and I drove by it last night and there was no sign is was about to open. Awesome!
  5. Like I said, we need a commuter rail connection from IAH to Post just like Denver.
  6. https://www.bizjournals.com/houston/news/2021/07/14/post-houston-food-hall-vendors.html Unable to read it but it sounds like Blendin coffee and a few others are coming to Post now.
  7. Houston 4th of July! by Marc longoria, on Flickr Houston 4th of July! by Marc longoria, on Flickr
  8. If someone gives me confirmation Chevron owns this, I'll move it to that thread.
  9. I think these will likely move forward, in all honesty. I'm just saying, this area has been known to protest against several different developers, despite it being a poorer community. If you remember, they even protested against White Oak Music Hall and received a settlement out of proceedings.
  10. False. The Northside has prevented several similar developments from moving forward, for better or worse. I would know... I've attended the meetings with the superneighborhood community members and the developers. I remember shortly after the 2016 election, the Northside superneighborhood held a meeting with a developer looking to build affordable housing which I remember being close to UH-D (but don't quote me on that one). People were yelling Josue Flores' name, the boy who had been murdered by a person staying at the Salvation Army site, as a key reason not to go ahead with this.
  11. Will not be surprised if there is intense backlash against this.
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