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I like to get info. on Dallas and Houston Texas. If anybody out there could share with me their experience.?

I like to know what it is like in city of Dallas and Houston. I'm mainly interested in the jobs that avaiable, transportation, apartment average prices,schools, etc. Me and my cousins planning on going down there. We not for sure if we won't to go to Dallas or Houston. If anyone been there or live there now. Please tell me your good and bad experience and if you were visiting or if you are currently living there. I have a cousin that can't drive she would also like the the public transportation. Does the buses run well or does it stop running after a certain time. Any suggestions and websites that would be benefical let us know.

Asked By: tasha - 7/26/2007
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I was born and raised in Dallas. I lived there over 30 years. I know reside in the Houston area and have been here going on 5 years. It all depends on the location of either of the cities that you choose to move to. They are both wonderful places with a lot to do. Just check out the crime rates in the parts you are... More
Answered By: texashappyhorn - 7/26/2007
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http://www.houston-guide.com/ http://www.dallascvb.com/visitors/ these seem pretty helpful...hopefully what you were looking for
Answered By: [♥Hi I'm Hersheylyn♥] - 7/26/2007
 
Both Dallas and Houston have public transportation. Dallas is a lot nicer though. My brother recently moved to Dallas from Houston because of all the Katrina refugees there. He says you can't go anywhere without a bum getting all up in your business asking for "gas money." The violent crime rate in Dallas used to... More
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Answered By: timssterling - 7/26/2007
 
um houston better and it larger and its metro area also is n the 600 square miles. any how to answer ur question really just go to wikipedia and research texas read all of the stuff off of it. and research dallas then houston then other texas citys. and houston is better just its summer weather sucks. and dallas... More
Answered By: ian d - 7/26/2007
 
I have friends in Houston who tell me the town is not as good since all the Katrina refugees were relocated there. They don't feel as safe anymore. I think you would be happier if you moved to Dallas. The cost is about the same. Dallas has good bus service, and light rail that can get you just about anywhere in Dallas... More
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Answered By: John T - 7/27/2007
 
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