Time to read the tea leaves. Avi Selk at The Dallas Morning News is report-tweeting this morning that the Irving City Council has slapped its mayor by voting to pay transportation consultant David Dean all of the two hundred grand he billed the city after his contract with the city expired last Sept ... More >>
Why should Dallas build a tiny, inefficient streetcar line when it's broke? Because trolleys are groovy.
University of Texas at Arlington LibraryMain and Akard, circa 1953The city council's Transportation and Environment Committee meeting just wrapped, with Assistant City Manager A.C. Gonzalez updating the council on the status of streetcars. Read all about it. But in the middle of Gonzalez's presen ... More >>
Local pols back off a master plan that would have put the squeeze on a major southern Dallas development
I'm either happy, sad or still churning out column inches on the Trinity, depending on how things turned out
Basically, it's Coats versus the Manchurian Candidate
Want to know the truth about the Trinity River project? Don't ask city staff. They fib.
Supporters call the Trinity Plan a flood-control project. It isn't.