TxDOT Celebrates 30 Years Of Don't Mess With TexasTxDOT is celebrating the 30th anniversary of “Don’t mess with Texas” (DMWT) with the help of some notable musicians this month.
"Don't Mess With Texas" Campaign Marks 30 YearsThe "Don't Mess With Texas" anti-litter campaign has been around for 30 years. TxDOT on Wednesday marked the slogan's anniversary with plans to display trash picked up along highways.
UNT Student Wins Hybrid Car During Cowboys GameThe Texas Department of Transportation and the Cowboys gave Justin Truby, a finance major at UNT, a 2016 Ford Fusion SE Hybrid car to commemorate the 30th anniversary of the "Don't mess with Texas" litter-prevention campaign.
Distracted Driving & Don't Mess With TexasA distracted driving campaign joins the popular 'Don't Mess With Texas' campaign in an effort to keep the state's roadways clean and safe.
Sauceda & Fowler Join "Don't Mess With Texas"Tejano star Sunny Sauceda and country singer Kevin Fowler have become the latest entertainers to join the iconic "Don't Mess With Texas" anti-litter campaign.
'Don't Mess With Texas' Credited For Less LitterStevie Ray Vaughan first introduced the "Don't mess with Texas" campaign in 1986. Twenty-seven years later, it's still working.
Survey Says: Texas Is The Least Favorite U.S. StateApparently, no one pays attention to the motto “Don’t Mess with Texas” -- except Texans. In a nationwide survey by Business Insider, Texas was voted the “least favored state in the nation.
'Don't Mess With Texas' Getting New Trash Can LookThe iconic "Don't Mess with Texas" campaign has a new look with red, white and blue specially designed trash cans.
TxDOT Fighting Litter With "Texas Is Not Your Ashtray" SignsCigarette litter is an even greater danger in the Texas drought. It’s a problem the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), which manages the state's Don't Mess with Texas litter prevention campaign, is tackling head on.
Litter Bag Contest Ushers In 25 Years Of 'Don't Mess With Texas' CampaignTexas is celebrating the 25th anniversary of the Don't Mess With Texas campaign with a litter bag contest. TxDOT wants Texas residents to go online and vote for one of 10 specially designed litter bags.