Friends of Open Streets

Buzz stops-paint bus stops and paint inside to show movies

Eva Adams Heart wrote on Jul 23, 2014 19:30:

This idea was suggested during the Co-creating Open Streets Event. What do YOU think of it?

Sad wrote on Apr 01, 2015 10:51:
Hey, that's poflwrue. Thanks for the news.
John wrote on Apr 01, 2015 13:11:
This is way more helpful than anhyitng else I've looked at.
Medya wrote on Apr 01, 2015 14:27:
Apr06 I grew up in Austin, moved away for school and lived ousdtie of the DC area, and ended up moving back, and am so glad I'm here. DC isn't as expensive as CA, but we also moved back in hopes of finding a house and a great place to raise a family, and I think Austin definitely fits the bill.I could probably go on and on, but I'll just put a few thoughts here:the public transportation system is fledgling at best, so unfortunately we have fewer neighborhoods that are walkable than more established areas (like maybe you are used to). the walkable, central neighborhoods (Hyde Park, Bryker Woods, Bouldin, Clarksville) tend to have older, smaller houses (with some new stuff interspersed) and are in high demand. even as an austin native with family in the area, i moved into an apartment here with a 6 month lease (did so at the Gables there are many locations around town) and looked for houses. we ended up buying in Northwest Hills/Far West, and we love it. it's a 10 minute drive to downtown, we were able to get a 2nd bathroom at a price we could afford, and we are on a cul de sac with neighbors we see often (block parties every few months, etc.) there are some families but also elderly couples and some college student housing.some other neighborhoods that seem to have lots of families are: brentwood, crestview, and barton hills. good luck!
Naret wrote on Apr 01, 2015 21:29:
So what you're saying is that you were in my soteruhn part of the state and we didn't grab and bite and meet. Let's not let that happen next time, Lady! This sesh is super duper, btw.
Mircea wrote on Nov 06, 2016 03:45:
That's an astute answer to a tricky quiotesn
Kaylie wrote on Mar 09, 2017 06:24:
Question – Was Thomas Lott;o&#8217is letter that GOOD that you ran it TWICE, or was Ted’s letter so BAD that you were willing to run anything else to fill the space?
Matilda wrote on Mar 09, 2017 19:17:
This is the peecrft post for me to find at this time
Bobbo wrote on Mar 09, 2017 19:45:
That's what we've all been waiting for! Great posnitg!

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