Heavy rains overnight Thursday into Friday played havoc with drivers along the LBJ Freeway in North Dallas. Standing water near Marsh Lane forced drivers into just one lane because of debris clogging the drains at some concrete barriers.
Relief may soon be on the way for hundreds of thousands of North Texas commuters.
A new video provides a glimpse into how the completed $2 billion project, from I-35 to I-635, might alleviate traffic for years to come.
A Wednesday press conference shed more light on the now dead child sexual assault suspect who led police on a high-speed chase Tuesday night and detailed information on his alleged 6-year-old victim.
The westbound lanes on Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway, near Galleria Dallas and the Dallas Tollway, was reduced to one lane for several hours Monday after a man jumped off the bridge.
A wrong-way driver on 635 LBJ triggered an early morning accident which sent eight to the hospital on Monday night.
A lawsuit filed against the Texas Department of Transportation last week claims the height of new ramps under construction at the LBJ / Interstate 35 interchange will make their billboards less valuable, because they’ll be less visible.
Restaurants attract customers who prefer convenience and as it stands now, driving through the maze that is LBJ is not convenient.
Major construction on LBJ, like what is expected this weekend, is really cutting into the bottom lines of some North Dallas businesses.