A consistently growing population means there are more cars and trucks on North Texas roadways that ever. The result means drivers are spending more time stuck in rush hour, and off hour, traffic.
More than 17,000 people already work in Plano’s Legacy Business Park. When Toyota and Fed Ex Office move their corporate headquarters to the location, another 5,000 workers will join them. Now Plano is expediting its review of traffic in the area.
There are concerns about congestion and larger crowds near the Park Cities in Dallas, because of a proposed new high-rise apartment building. Developers want to build the new 29-story tall building near Northwest Highway and the Dallas North Tollway.
The sounds of construction echo along Heritage Trace Parkway in north Fort Worth. Shopping centers are sprouting up and quickly filling with businesses, and more are on the way. Along with all the growth and new businesses comes congestion.
As if the flu outbreak hasn’t been bad enough, North Texas hospitals are seeing a big jump in children testing positive for RSV, a respiratory illness with symptoms that closely mirror the flu.
HOV toll lanes are coming to LBJ Freeway and the first phase of construction starts this weekend.
Alexa McIntyre drives across North Texas for her job each day. “I spend about three hours a day in the car.”
The list of the most congested roads in Texas includes a lot of highways in Dallas/Fort Worth.
Local government officials join railroad chiefs seeking a solution to what they call a critical rail congestion issue in Fort Worth.