Check out how North Texas road construction (and there’s a lot of it) is expected to impact your weekend and your daily commute next week.
Just before 4:30 p.m. all northbound lanes of the Dallas North Tollway, from Interstate-635 to Spring Valley Road were finally re-opened after a serious morning accident involving an 18-wheeler and two vehicles.
The heavy rain that swept across North Texas overnight caught a few drivers off-guard in their morning commute.
The LBJ project will add three more lanes in both directions. However, these extra lanes won’t be free. They’re called “managed” lanes and drivers must pay to use them.
However, the slower and more congested the managed lanes are; the more it will cost motorists.
An officer shot and wounded a suspect who attacked him with a knife while responding to an emergency call Saturday night, department spokesman Warren Mitchell said.
Three Dallas police officers were hurt in two unrelated car crashes early Friday morning along Interstate-635, within 30 minutes of each other.
TxDOT is accepting bids from private firms to expand Interstate-35E from Interstate-635 in Dallas to Highway 380 in Denton.
An overturned 18-wheeler on the ramp from Highway 80 to Interstate-635 backed up traffic in Mesquite on Thursday morning.
It’s been a long week on the highways and byways of North Texas and it’s shaping up to be a trying weekend. Over the next two days, there are major road construction projects scheduled all across the metroplex.