October 2017

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April 2016

Energy Corridor Employment Expected to Reach 163,000 by 2030, Predicts Land Use Study

Energy Corridor Employment Expected to Reach 163,000 by 2030, Predicts Land Use Study

Report anticipates growth of 41 percent in population, 54 percent in employment capacity and 60 percent in office space...

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Get on Your Bikes and Ride… for Energy Corridor’s Bike to Work Day May 19

Get on Your Bikes and Ride… for Energy Corridor’s Bike to Work Day May 19

Yes, you can ride a bike to work! And enjoy free breakfast, music, giveaways and raffle prizes...

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Texas A&M Students Compete to Design Landmark Skybridge and St. Mary’s Neighborhood Plan

Texas A&M Students Compete to Design Landmark Skybridge and St. Mary’s Neighborhood Plan

Collaboration between ECD and TAMU fostering compelling ideas in urban design and landscape architecture...

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Energy Corridor Teams Up to Battle Multiple Sclerosis as BP MS 150 Rolls April 16-17

Energy Corridor Teams Up to Battle Multiple Sclerosis as BP MS 150 Rolls April 16-17

Aiming to raise $20 million, world’s single largest MS fundraiser is propelled by riders from BP, ConocoPhillips, Shell...

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State Rep. Murphy Earns TTAT Great Texas Trail Boss Award for Advancing Hike and Bike Paths

State Rep. Murphy Earns TTAT Great Texas Trail Boss Award for Advancing Hike and Bike Paths

Texas legislator spearheaded passing of law allowing trails to be built along utility corridors...

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A Spring Fling of Savings with Member Deals for Education, Entertainment, Hotels & Luxe Apartments

A Spring Fling of Savings with Member Deals for Education, Entertainment, Hotels & Luxe Apartments

Frank McKinney “Kin” Hubbard, an influential cartoonist, humorist and journalist from the early 1900s, famously said...

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Final Chance to Comment on Houston Bike Plan That Could Triple City’s Bikeway Miles

Final Chance to Comment on Houston Bike Plan That Could Triple City’s Bikeway Miles

Take a survey, check to see if your neighborhood is served and comment by April 11...

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