2045 RTP Introduction
Hurricane Evacuation Maps
Tow And Go
H-GAC YouTube Channel
The 2045 RTP for the Houston-Galveston area will set investment priorities for the multimodal transportation system that connects people to places where they live, work, play, and efficiently moves goods from, to and through the region.
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The Gulf Coast Regional Tow and Go™ Program provides motorists with no-cost towing when their vehicle breaks down from mechanical failure (e.g., out of gas, overheating, flat tire) in the main lanes, shoulders, ramps or High Occupancy Vehicle (HOV)/High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes of freeways in the Tow and Go service area.
Storm surge is the number one killer during a hurricane. It is important for you to know if you live in an area at risk for storm surge and how to evacuate if you do.
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In the greater Houston region, 17 percent of all trips are 2 miles or less. Many of our region's residents need an alternative to driving for short trips.
Walking is a free and easy option for taking short trips instead of driving your car. Walking also connects you to transit, such as METRO, so you can reach many other destinations.
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Carpool, vanpool, bus, bike or rail. Try something new one day a week.
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Houston-Galveston Area Council