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Secretary Foxx on “the Road to Opportunity”
The Secretary talks economics at a recent event.

Secretary Foxx on “the Road to Opportunity”

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx spoke before the Transportation Research Board about the importance of transportation’s role in economic opportunity and community building. Click

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The Legacy of the U.S. Highway System
NPR talks transit with Secretary Foxx

The Legacy of the U.S. Highway System

NPR’s “The Diane Rehm Show” had on a special guest in U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx last Thursday to discuss the impact of the American highway

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Why Even Build Highways?
Vox asks, why did we build in the first place?

Why Even Build Highways?

Joseph Stromberg at Vox asks one important question: why did we build highways across our American cities anyway? “The 48,000 miles of interstate highway that would be

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Meet the Faces

The Coalition has attracted a diverse and energetic group of individuals representing every neighborhood in Dallas, and a host of different industries. Here are just a few of our founding members.

Monica Greene

Monica Greene

Restaurateur

William Baker

William Baker

Principal, Jones Baker

Robert Kent

Robert Kent

North Texas Area Director, The Trust for Public Land

Rob Shearer

Rob Shearer

Chief Optimist, Kickstand

Morgan Pinch

Morgan Pinch

Intern Architect, Merriman Associates/Architects, Inc.

Brenda Marks

Brenda Marks

President, Oak Lawn Committee and Oak Lawn Neighborhood Activist

George Battle

George Battle

Connection Director, North Texas Conference of the United Methodist Church