North Texas Tollway Authority
The worst toll violator in North Texas has finally agreed to pay up. At least partially.
It’s official; the top toll violators in Texas will now be banned from North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) roads.
Since July the North Texas Tollway Authority’s list of scofflaws with outstanding toll debts has grown by about 10,000 people.
Just because you sold your car doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for tolls and other penalties.
Last month, the North Texas Tollway Authority (NTTA) posted an online list of the states top violators and while hundreds of people paid up the majority of scofflaws are still wanted.
The North Texas Transit Authority’s plan for public shame seems to be working.
Two people were hospitalized following a violent five-vehicle collision involving a DART Paratransit bus that shut down all southbound lanes of the Dallas North Tollway at Oak Lawn.
On Wednesday, Mayor Mike Rawlings threw his support behind the controversial Trinity Parkway tollroad, which is designed to be built inside the flood plain.
A Houston area lawyer walked out of Dallas’ UT-Southwestern Medical Center-Zale Lipshy Hospital on Friday, little more than two weeks after a horrific car crash nearly cost him his life.
It was an outcry that forced a major state agency to radically change their plans. Disgruntled residents in one Fort Worth area kept shouting until the NTTA finally heard them.
During Super Bowl week last year, snow plows were brought in from outside North Texas to the roads. This year, we won’t have to rely on other departments for snow plows: TxDOT bought 29 of them, nine of which are housed here.
A tollway extension in the Dallas area has opened as a new east-side link to Interstate-30.