Freezing rain and sleet fell across North Texas Thursday night, making streets, bridges and overpasses slick and dangerous. A CBS 11 News crew saw a number of problems just east of Denton – in Collin County.
It’s that time of year again! This weekend time will officially change — meaning we set our clocks forward and lose an hour of sleep. Now there’s proof that hour can cause big changes in everything from health and mood, to retail spending.
More people are driving to Dallas County for work than any other county in the state, according to the US Census Bureau.
Major changes could be coming to DART, as North Texas cities that never became part of the system could soon be getting service. This includes Arlington.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, Dallas County has the largest number of commuters in the state who come in from another county to work each day.
No matter where you go — you’re likely to endlessly tap the brake pedal. If you’re wondering if all that chaos in your commute could hurt your health, the answer is yes!
The Keller Independent School District is warning parents of some construction headaches.
If you think stress is always bad for you, doctors say you’re going down the wrong road.
CBSDFW.COM’s Eye On Traffic blog gets you ready for your commute all week long. Every Friday afternoon we tell you about the hotspots you need to avoid in the coming week.
The Denton County Transportation Authority launched the new A-Train for the first time early Monday morning, connecting Denton to Carrollton.
Are you being driven to divorce? Lots of North Texans face long commutes to work. And a new study shows the length of your commute can affect the length of your marriage. It’s gridlock versus wedlock.
According to a consumer expenditures report, Dallas has the worst commute in the country. And this study took in to account more than just time spent on the road.