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METRO's plan to modify two bus routes in the Energy Corridor has been postponed from January 29, 2012 to February 26, 2012.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council recently recognized three Energy Corridor businesses for initiating policies that have the effect of reducing employee vehicle trips.
With the beginning of the new semester, many students will be taking METRO buses for their ride to and from school. METRO's Student Q Fare Card allows them to ride at half the regular fare cost. There are two ways to acquire a Student Q Fare Card.
In response to Houston Mayor Annise Parker's challenge to Management Districts to take steps to adopt and promote green initiatives, the Energy Corridor Management District teamed with the Westchase District to recruit participants for the Mayor's "Green Office Challenge".
If you've recently relocated, or thinking of moving, or just plain curious about the Houston Energy Corridor, take a look at these images...
After recently hosting a series of Public Workshops on Long Range Transit Planning, METRO is soliciting comments and suggestions on how to improve their service.
STAR Vanpool service is now available between the southern Colorado Valley and the Houston Energy Corridor
From Safety Fairs, to Commuting Information Events, to Ice Cream Socials at Apartment Communities, Energy Corridor District staff have been spending a lot of time in the community. Take a look at some of the pictures from our recent activity.
If you live, work , or just visiting in the Houston Energy Corridor, you may not be aware there are many local attractions that are easily accessible by public transportation. Here is a list of 10 things you can do traveling by bus in the Energy Corridor.
Energy Corridor workers will celebrate Bike to Work Day with teams of bicyclists commuting to work.
When it comes to commuting in and around the Energy Corridor one question applies. Why drive when you can connect to rewards?
“I enjoy the [75 Energy] Connector because it runs every 15 minutes in the mornings, and I don’t have to go out of my way to take it,” said Kinmon. “That way I don’t have to worry about missing a bus or being late.”