The holidays are such a special time of year. So many fun, festive, family-friendly events are occurring at home, in the local community and in the entire North Texas region. Wouldn’t it be nice to experience them all? However, according to The Washington Post, fossil fuel emissions will rise two percent by the end of 2017 and then continue to rise as 2018 approaches. Unfortunately, families driving to holiday events will not help the situation. According to an article on AAA
As the next holiday of the season slowly approaches, many are putting travel plans together while daydreaming about grandmother’s famous pumpkin pie. This Thanksgiving, you will be spending time with family, eating, watching football, and eating some more. One important element that you should consider is the impact you will make on the environment. There are a few simple ideas you can still incorporate into your Thanksgiving holiday to help improve air quality and make a shi
Learn about transportation in the region and help set priorities for the future. The Regional Transportation Council and North Central Texas Council of Governments are seeking input at 2:30 pm November 13 in Arlington, 6:00 pm November 14 in North Richland Hills and 6 pm November 15 in Richardson. The meeting will be livestreamed, and a video recording will be available online at www.nctcog.org/input.