LBJ Express Project
More than 100 Dallas homeowners filed a lawsuit against the builders of the LBJ Express Tollway project, claiming their homes have been severely damaged by the construction.
Some of the road construction work along the LBJ Freeway is almost done, but that big change could impact your commute as new traffic patterns take effect on Tuesday.
Anybody planning to drive near the LBJ Freeway and Dallas North Tollway this weekend needs to be aware that construction work will be closing some vital highways.
On December 14, TxDOT will open 3.2 miles of the LBJ Express toll road. The full, 13-mile project is slated for completion in 2015. Including frontage roads, the project widens LBJ to 22 lanes — four of them TEXpress toll lanes.
Four of the 22 lanes are toll road, dubbed the “TEXpress”.
Expect to see more changes soon along the LBJ Express Project in Dallas. Construction workers are on target to meet the first major milestone in just a few weeks.
Websites dedicated to the LBJ Express project explain to drivers how they can navigate the new TEXpress lanes coming to 635.
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.
Road construction crews working on the LBJ Express Project are making big progress this week. But it could mean more delays in your commute.
Road construction crews are expected to make big progress on the LBJ Express Project this week, but those moves could mean serious delays for some drivers.
Commuters traveling along Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway Friday afternoon better enjoy the ride, because one stretch of the loop won’t be open much longer.
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.
As work continues on the LBJ Express Project – so does the noise. Now a number of homeowners are complaining that they can’t sleep, because loud jackhammers are being used at all hours of the night.