The Energy Corridor District was recently approved by the United States Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration to receive funding through the Job Access and Reverse Commute (JARC) program, making the METRO 75 Energy Corridor Circulator a reality.
What a busy and exciting year 2009 has been! The Energy Corridor District continued advancing transportation options, serving as an environmentally responsible leader in the Houston community, and contributing to the community.
The new Belle Sherman Kendall Library and Community Center is slated to open in March 2010. Moving from its current location at 14330 Memorial to its new location at 609 N. Eldridge, the library’s new home will double the space of the existing branch, from 9,600 square feet to more than 19,000 making it the largest City library outside of the main library downtown.