rationale for the tunnel system? What is the rationale for this tunnel system?--Soylentyellow 21:36, 20 May 2007 (UTC) Being able to pass between buildings and city blocks without going outside during hot Houston afternoons and instantly getting buttcrack sweat. Jay77tx 00:36, 7 October 2007 (UTC)
11/9/2018 · The air-conditioned tunnel system in Houston is a godsend. It connects the downtown buildings in a protected maze of underground walkways that avoid street crossings and are full of businesses, such as eateries and services.
The Houston tunnel system is a network of subterranean, climate-controlled, pedestrian walkways that links 95 full city blocks 20 feet (6 m) below Houston's downtown streets. It is approximately 6 miles (9.7 km) long.  There are similar systems in Chicago, Dallas, Oklahoma City, Montreal and Toronto.
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Under Downtown Houston there is a 7 mile, climate controlled, system of tunnels linking office buildings, hotels, banks, restaurants, retail stores and the Theater District. Go HERE for a map. These tunnels are usually open to the public from 6:00am – 6:00pm on weekdays.
The best restaurants in Houston's downtown tunnels, according to Yelp ... delicious and local restaurants underground in the city's tunnel system downtown. ... restaurants in Houston's downtown ...
Downtown Houston has a fantastic but sprawling underground tunnel system with over 150 restaurants, shops, banks, and more. The Houston Tunnels app is the first digital directory and map of the tunnels in Houston. The app contains markers and listings for every business in the tunnels.
12/27/2018 · Discover Houston's underground Tunnel System with a local guide; Explore the newest and oldest tunnel sections that are open to the public . Learn about the history of Houston through its architecture and art.
Downtown Houston's tunnels comprise a multi million-dollar system that gives new meaning to the term "underground." Those who venture beneath the city will be delighted at what they find hidden there.
Although the Downtown Houston Tunnel System is one of Houston’s best-kept secrets, most of downtown’s 150,000-person workforce – and hundreds of visitors – use it every week day, particularly when it’s raining or close to 100 degrees above ground.