The LBJ Urban Lab is a "do-tank” that will inform future urban policy and create strategy for cities in Texas and beyond, training the next generation of local leaders and exploring issues affecting urban communities.
"As goes Texas, so will the United States — for better or for worse," writes Steven Pedigo in a New York Times analysis of its politics, demographics and influence.
With 9 in 10 Texans living in urban areas, the new report calls for policies to address the most pressing issues facing the state's urban metro areas.
Top Texas urban policy researchers on economic development, land use, housing, infrastructure and transportation in Lone Star cities.
The LBJ Urban Lab is a hub for cities, urbanism and policymaking — seizing real-world issues and opportunities to look for solutions for cities.