Ongoing improvements to Port Houston are crucial regionally, nationally and globally. Wharf 2 at Bayport received a federal TIGER grant. (Photo courtesy of Port Houston)

Chase Kronzer

Blog | May 18, 2020
The Greater Houston Partnership Is a Community Voice & Anchor for Small Businesses During Pandemic

The Greater Houston region is, in itself, a lesson in resiliency. It has faced floods and hurricanes, prioritized revitalizing infrastructure, supported and marketed its central industries, and now is dealing with a global pandemic which will reshape business and communities for the future.

Blog | June 25, 2020
Greater Houston Partnership Says Federal Infrastructure Investment Spurs Regional Economic Success

When the pandemic and slowdown hit America, essential facets of our economy and society did not stop. Transportation infrastructure still had to function, goods needed to move through the supply chain, and regions had to connect.

Background | June 25, 2020
Houston Area Policy Advocate Says Funding and Working through Nation’s Transportation Challenges Critical for America

Infrastructure Advocacy in Texas For the Partnership, communications with members of Congress and their staffs about regional economic metrics and constituent impacts are the pivot points that propel policy. Within Texas and the Houston region this includes reaching out to Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz and the 10 members