YPT HOUSTON JOB ALERT: Jones & Carter, Inc. is currently seeking to fill several positions in Houston, TX. For information on applying, visithttp://bit.ly/1GDGxfW. Contact YPT Houston Membership VC Adriana Terán for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Houston Job Alert: Multiple Job Positions
Gunda Corporation is currently seeking candidates for several positions, including a Senior Engineer, Senior Proposal Coordinator, Inspector, Construction Manager, and Student Intern in Houston, TX. For full position descriptions and information for applying, please visist http://gundacorp.com/about-us/careers/ or contact YPT Programs VC Catie Reid at email@example.com.
LOCAL EVENT: 10th Annual Bike to Work Day May 15th
10th Annual Bike to Work Day in the Energy Corridor Where: Terry Hershey Park Gazebo, 15200 Memorial Drive When: Thursday, May 15, 6:30am-7:30am The Energy Corridor District will be hosting its 10th annual Bike to Work Day celebration on Thursday, May 15, 2014 at the Terry Hershey Park Gazebo from 6:30am-7:30am. Enjoy music, a complimentary breakfast, … Continue reading LOCAL EVENT: 10th Annual Bike to Work Day May 15th
New study released: Who is the real problem on the road?
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute recently released a study, Understanding and Addressing Distracted Driving in Texas: A report to USAA, whose findings suggested that drivers who were guilty of bad driving behaviors such as speeding, texting, driving through red lights, talking on the cell phone and drunk driving, mostly felt that other drivers were the … Continue reading New study released: Who is the real problem on the road?
A Conversation with Houston B-Cycle Director Will Rub
This week I had the opportunity to have a short conversation with Will Rub, Director of Houston B-Cycle. Here's an excerpt of that conversation. NN:Thank you for taking the time to discuss the Houston B-Cycle program with me. WR: "You're welcome." NN: The Houston B-Cycle program opened in 2012. How is this program changing the … Continue reading A Conversation with Houston B-Cycle Director Will Rub