UT Southwestern Professor Killed Trying To Cross Highway On FootA UT Southwestern professor and father of two was killed when he tried to cross the highway on foot this weekend.
Texas Transportation Commission May Move Forward On LBJ East Without Toll LanesOn Thursday, the Texas Transportation Commission will meet in Austin to consider moving forward on the $1.8 billion project.
Head-On Crash Kills Two Drivers In Collin CountyA fatal collision killed two people in Copeville this morning.
Construction To Temporarily Close Some DFW Roads Over WeekendIt's going to be a busy weekend for road crews, and a hassle for drivers, in parts of the DFW Metroplex.
17-Year-Old Pedestrian Dies After Texas County CrashA 17-year-old pedestrian trying to run across an Oklahoma highway has died of his injuries.
Truck Hits Texas Bridge, Debris Strikes Car, Killing ChildInvestigators say a child riding in the front seat of a car was killed when part of a Central Texas highway bridge collapsed after a truck hit it.
Hwy 183 In Euless To Close For Bridge DemolitionIf your weekend travels normally include Highway 183 in Euless, make plans now to take a different route.
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.
Citizens Encouraged To Attend Dallas Southern Gateway Project MeetingThere is a bold new plan being proposed for one of the busiest highways in North Texas – Interstate-35E and US 67 in southern Dallas County. The Southern Gateway Project is pushing to develop “long-term transportation and operational improvements in the area.”
LBJ Express Project Nearing CompletionAfter almost five years - Heather DeLapp with the LBJ Express Project says its 98% done and expects they will be completely finished by December of this year.
Rain, Flooding Causes Delays On Highway 75 In McKinneyFor the second day, rain played havoc with drivers on stretches of US 75 in McKinney.
Texas Trucking Association Wants Lower Speeds On Texas HighwaysBig rigs flying down the highway. It's a common sight in Texas. But the Texas Trucking Association thinks the current speed limits are too high - especially in urban areas.