Author: Shaida Libhart

Museum Park Livable Center

  |   All Projects, Multimodal Planning Projects

TEI was the transportation lead working with SWA to develop a Livable Centers Plan to improve transportation and development in the Museum Park neighborhood. The Museum Park Livable Center study was aimed at opportunities to improve multi-modal transportation, economic development, environmental sustainability, placemaking, and affordable...

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METRO Scott Corridor Optimization Study

  |   All Projects, Transit Projects

METRO’s 54 Scott frequent bus route connects low-income, transit dependent neighborhoods to education, jobs, shopping, and METRORail service. TEI is leading the Scott Corridor Optimization project to integrate three METRO initiatives: ƒ BOOST (Bus Operations Optimized Service Treatments) corridors proposed in the METRONext long range...

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METRONext Long Range Plan

  |   All Projects, Transit Projects

TEI played a pivotal role to develop METRONext, Houston METRO’s long-range transit plan, which envisions a future transit network that will provide reliable mobility and access to support continued growth and prosperity in the Houston region. In building the case for action, TEI analyzed performance of the...

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METRO System Reimagining

  |   All Projects, Transit Projects

TEI led development of a transformative redesign of the Houston region’s local bus system for METRO. This reimagining took a clean slate look at the local bus network in response to declining ridership, changing demographic and development patterns, and community feedback. The team developed a...

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Westchase Mobility Plan

  |   All Projects, Multimodal Planning Projects

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]TEI led a diverse stakeholder group to develop a comprehensive mobility plan for the Westchase District. The area is experiencing significant growth and redevelopment, putting pressure on the roadway network. Stakeholders seek more multi-modal choices to move around the area. The District recently made significant...

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