Are Houston's Transit Decisions Made Secretly?

Thursday, August 19, 2010 - 08:00 PM

(Houston, TX - Wendy Siegle, KUHF)  Metro, the Metropolitan Transit Agency here released the results of an external review today. Metro has already been cleared of any wrong doing in the recent document shredding scandal, but the transit agency still ordered the review in an effort to boost its public image and restore public trust. The review found positive change in the new board, but also highlighted some areas in need of improvement. In response to one recommendation, the agency is considering whether to take minutes of its committee meetings in order to ensure better transparency.  More.


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