Fresh off of the Independence Day weekend, traffic troubles promise to cause headaches for some North Texas drivers.
There is a traffic alert for drivers in Dallas this weekend. The westbound lanes of the highway will be shut down starting at 9:00 p.m. on Friday night.
Drivers might want to avoid Interstate-35E in Lewisville this weekend. Crews will begin construction on Friday night and some areas will be shut down until Sunday morning.
Last week’s winter blast did more than just drop the bottom of North Texas thermometers. Crews are back out filling what seem to be bottomless potholes, but one is so bad it flattened all four tires on one man’s BMW!
The growing number of potholes are one thing, but what really worries some drivers is the prospect of other vehicles swerving at you to avoid them.
Last week’s ice and snow storm melted over the weekend to reveal many highways littered with potholes. Many who stayed home at that time, are now finding the holes an obstacle in the daily commute.
A traffic circle project that should have traffic flowing more smoothly through a busy Intersection in Colleyville temporarily has driver’s heads spinning as they navigate a confusing maze of barricades and signs.
A bridge demolition is going to create a massive traffic jam along a major North Texas corridor this weekend. Be prepared for delays if you are traveling near downtown Fort Worth.
A graveyard of wrecked rims sit at an East Berry Street tire shop in Fort Worth. CBS 11 News was there as unsuspecting drivers didn’t notice a median, until it was too late.
Dozens of North Texas drivers caught off guard and CBS 11 News cameras are there to catch several crashes! The hazourdous situation is being caused by confused drivers along East Berry Street in Fort Worth.
You’d like to envision Fort Worth students hopscotching their way to school, but some children are playing a balancing game that their parents wish they weren’t.
The Riverside Bridge in Fort Worth, the final part of the North Tarrant Express road project, opened to traffic on Monday morning, months ahead of schedule.