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  • 2014 Energy Corridor District Commuter Survey

    The Energy Corridor District deployed a survey in February of 2014 to solicit opinions from area workers on traffic and mobility. The survey was designed with the intention of using the results as a tool when advocating for programs, services, and funds to improve mobility throughout West Houston.

  • West Houston System Reimagine

    A document that explains changes affecting Energy Corridor transit

  • 2014 Land Use and Demographics (PDF)

    This report presents a land use, development and demographic profile of The Energy Corridor. The Texas State Legislature created Harris County Improvement District #4, more commonly known as The Energy Corridor District, in 2001 with the mission to improve, enhance and promote the area within its boundaries.

  • The Energy Corridor Press Kit 

    A downloadable kit that provides an overview of The Energy Corridor District

  • The Energy Corridor Area Master Plan RFP Presentation 

    Clark Martinson, general manager of The Energy Corridor District, shared this presentation to provide an overview of The Energy Corridor.

  • February 2014 Presentation to IFMA 

    Clark Martinson, general manager of The Energy Corridor District, shared the evolution of the vibrant Energy Corridor, along with the District’s vision for making it one of the Gulf Coast’s most livable centers. As part of his presentation, Clark Martinson shared current and planned development in The Energy Corridor seen here.

  • 2013 Land Use and Demographics (PDF)

    This report presents a land use, development and demographic profile of The Energy Corridor. The Texas State Legislature created Harris County Improvement District #4, more commonly known as The Energy Corridor District, in 2001 with the mission to improve, enhance and promote the area within its boundaries.

  • The Energy Corridor Presentation (PDF)
    2012 Presentation to the Association of Commercial Real Estate Professionals by Energy Corridor District General Manager Clark Martinson.

  • Schedule/Map from MetroSchedule/Map from Metro (PDF). The METRO Route 75 Eldridge Crosstown provides transit service to employees, residents and visitors in The Energy Corridor. Stops include the METRO Addicks and Mission Bend Park & Rides connecting riders to downtown Houston, the Texas Medical Center, and many popular destinations and employment sites. Click HERE to view the Destination Guide, which includes a map of all nearby merchants and attractions. Free Ride Fridays begins 11/29/13More »

  • 2012 Land Use and Demographics (PDF)

    This report presents a land use, development and demographic profile of The Houston Energy Corridor. The Texas State Legislature created Harris County Improvement District #4, more commonly known as The Energy Corridor District, in 2001 with the mission to improve, enhance and promote the area within its boundaries.

  • Unified Transportation Brochure (PDF)

    The Corridor provides an environment that inspires productivity, creative thinking and drive to succeed. And that includes our quest to continually seek smarter, more efficient transportation alternatives that are safe, help preserve the environment and are, in some cases, fun.

  • Livable Centers PlanLivable Centers Plan (PDF)

    By 2035, the eight-county Houston-Galveston region is expected to grow by an additional 3.5 million people. Accommodating this growth will overburden the region's transportation network unless we identify ways to reduce vehicle trips. The Regional Transportation Plan of the Houston- Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) lays out a new strategy to address this growth - Livable Centers.

  • Bicycle Master PlanBicycle Master Plan (PDF)

    This Bicycle Master Plan evaluates existing conditions, addresses the needs of bicyclists in order to create a network they can use to safely travel to, through, within and from The Energy Corridor, and proposes programs to encourage and support bicycling.

  • Introduction to the West Houston Trails Master PlanIntroduction to the West Houston Trails Master Plan (PDF)

    An 8-page introduction to the plan offering an overview of and history of the plan.

  • West Houston Trails Master PlanWest Houston Trails Master Plan (PDF)

    The full 156-plan including detailed maps, and guidelines.

  • West Houston Trails Master Plan Map onlyWest Houston Trails Master Plan Map only (PDF)

    Large, printable, detailed map of the West Houston Trails Master Plan.

  • CarShare Brochure (PDF)

    The CarShare brochure details the incentives and benefits available to participants of the CarShare program in the Energy Corridor.