Hundreds of millions of your tax dollars are headed back to North Texas in the form of state highway money to fund much-needed repairs and expansions.
A new study, by the Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University, suggests there isn’t enough being done to ensure the nation’s transportation system will be able to keep up with job growth, when the economy gets better.
A possible change in the way Washington distributes highway money could work against North Texas and it’s all a result of dramatic population growth.
Texas drivers may soon be going faster. The state Senate has approved raising highway speed limits to 75 miles per hour in some areas.
There’s a reason you might have noticed more garbage along roadsides in southern Tarrant County. The company TxDOT paid hundreds of thousands of dollars to pickup debris has defaulted on the contract.
A committee gave Texas a failing grade for its highway system, and warned congestion is only going to get worse.
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.
The Texas Department of Transportation is on the lookout for road buckling because of the long stretch of temperatures over 100 degrees. On Tuesday, crews had to shut down part of 377 near I-20 in […]
Road crews are going to be busy this weekend at the site of the DFW Connector project at the north end of the airport.
A group of south Dallas community leaders are objecting to plans by the city of Dallas and the Texas Department of Transportation to convert the S.M Wright Freeway into a six-lane boulevard. The Unify South […]