There are many events planned in downtown Dallas for the 50th anniversary of President Kennedy’s assassination, and travel around the area is already problematic.
Find yourself slowly moving between traffic lights every morning? Officials in Dallas are set to discuss spending some serious money on changing your daily commute.
For years, the joke in the auto industry was that a mass-produced car that runs on a hydrogen fuel cell was always a decade away. But Hyundai will change all of that next year.
Fort Worth’s newest landmark, the 7th Street Bridge, already opened to traffic ahead of schedule. But it is closed again this weekend for the city will celebrate with a huge party.
Dallas officials and PayByPhone Technologies on Friday announced that drivers can now pay for metered parking with a credit or debit card using their phones.
Expect to see more changes soon along the LBJ Express Project in Dallas. Construction workers are on target to meet the first major milestone in just a few weeks.
Look down some Arlington streets and you’ll see car dealer, after car dealer. Some have old, hand painted signs, others are in old car dealership buildings. A new ordinance would prohibit business locations and enforce new building requirements.
A group of racers in Hurst are feeling the need for speed. They are some of the fastest drivers around, without even stepping inside of their cars. Check out the R/C drag races.
Retail gas prices across Texas have dipped 6 cents this week to settle at $3.04 per gallon. Meanwhile, the national average declined a nickel to reach $3.28 per gallon.
The DFW Auto Show rolls into downtown Fort Worth on Thursday. It is a must-see event for car enthusiasts and North Texans wanting to see what is available from manufacturers.
Twenty cars were pulled from the Trinity River this Thursday.
Nissan is recalling nearly 152,000 vehicles to fix faulty brake control software that could cause longer-than-expected stopping distances and increase the risk of a crash.