(Houston, TX - Melissa Galvez, KUHF News Lab) -- If you don’t have a car in Houston, life can be very difficult. So you might think that communities would be clamoring to get the new light rail line through their neighborhood; but in fact, there’s been opposition across the city, even as construction plows ahead on 3 of 5 proposed new lines. Concerns about eminent domain, gentrification, danger to children—even a tree—stand in the way of a harmonious ground-breaking. But other residents welcome rail with open arms. They look around at their crumbling neighborhoods and hope the train will being the economic development they so desperately need. A look at the perhaps unlikely outlines of the light rail debate.