One man was killed early Thursday morning after back-to-back crashes along the LBJ Freeway in Dallas.
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.
A violent crash on the LBJ Expressway near Webb Chapel Road on Tuesday involving a construction truck killed two people and nearly a third.
Both directions of the LBJ Freeway were shut down early Tuesday afternoon due to a dump truck crash between Webb Chapel Road and Marsh Lane.
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.
Drivers whose Father’s Day festivities include traveling on any of the following roads will want to take notice.
All four westbound lanes of LBJ and two eastbound lanes will close between Midway and Marsh at 7 p.m. Saturday night.
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.
The Texas Department of Transportation is turning its eyes toward upgrading U.S. 75 north from Richardson to McKinney. A burgeoning population along the corridor between LBJ Freeway and the Sam Rayburn tollway makes for more congestion every day.
Construction continues along the LBJ Freeway in Dallas, and it could impact anyone planning to travel through the northern part of the city this weekend.
Motorists can expect about three and a half years of construction on Interstate-35E between Dallas and Denton. Work should begin by mid-year and be done in 2016.
For a lot of North Texans traveling on Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway equals construction and traffic jams, but engineers across the state are using the roadwork project as a model.