South Houston Livable Centers Study is the first major visionary plan for the community!
The project is funded through a partnership between H-GAC, Harris County Precinct 2, and TxDOT. The study boundary will encompass the incorporated boundary of the City of South Houston. The goal of this plan is to create a neighborhood integrated and connected to its immediate and larger, regional surroundings by building a walkable, transit-friendly community with enhanced access to employment opportunities, civic infrastructure, and amenities, and promote healthy lifestyles through increased connectivity of greenspace and trails that can improve people’s daily lives.
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What is a Livable Center Study?
A small area study that encourages a complimentary mix of land uses that are designed to be walkable, connected, and accessible by multiple modes of transportation, including bus, bike, foot, or vehicle (multi-modal). Established in 2008, the Program works with local communities to reimagine auto-focused infrastructure, policies, and programs to be more multi-modal friendly.
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