President George Bush Turnpike
Fresh off of the Independence Day weekend, traffic troubles promise to cause headaches for some North Texas drivers.
A fatal accident in North Dallas leaves one person dead early Sunday morning.
A man has been arrested in connection with the Monday morning hit and run crash on the Pres. George Bush Turnpike at Lower Tarrant Rd that left one NTTA contract worker dead.
A violent, rear-end crash resulted in the death of one person on the George Bush Turnpike service road in Plano overnight.
Emergency crews responded to the scene of a overturned bus in Irving on Thursday morning.
A western extension of the President George Bush Turnpike in North Texas opened on Monday morning, connecting Interstate-30 and Interstate-20 in the Grand Prairie area.
Monday morning’s commute will soon be easier for drivers heading north or south between I-20 and I-30.
One person is dead after a hit-and-run crash involving three cars along the President George Bush Turnpike, near the Custer Road exit, in Richardson.
A five-year veteran of the Carrollton Police Department, Officer Jeff Salle said helping those in need is what motivated him to join the force. Last weekend, it almost got him killed.
A passing Sport Utility Vehicle struck a police cruiser while the Carrollton officer was assisting a stranded motorist Saturday night, department spokesman Jon Stovall said.
The North Texas Tollway Authority opened a new segment of the President George Bush Turnpike in Garland Wednesday, connecting the tollway to Interstate 30.
The President George Bush Turnpike helps traffic move faster around Dallas, so it’s no surprise that the helpful highway is being extended.