A cement truck crash shut down a portion of Interstate-30 in Arlington early Wednesday morning, after diesel fuel was spilled all over the highway’s three main lanes.
Construction on the new Lewisville Lake bridge begins on Monday, boaters asked to use caution.
The NTTA will continue laying the groundwork on Wednesday for yet another highway expansion project in the Metroplex. This time, the construction involves the Dallas North Tollway.
It’s a curvy road in Argyle, covered in gravel and dirt. For some homeowners along Harpole Road it’s also a reminder of country life. The Town of Argyle now wants to pave the road. Equipment is even in place to start the work.
Carrollton police say rainwater, backing up from a construction site on I-35E, snarled traffic for several hours during the morning commute and may have contributed to several accidents.
A traffic alert could impact your plans to file your taxes on time. The only post office in Dallas that is open until midnight is located in the middle of a road construction project.
Drivers in the Mid-Cities area should be on the lookout for some new closures and detours in place along the North Tarrant Express road construction project in Bedford.
The Chisholm Trail Parkway, from Fort Worth heading southwest, opens next month. But before cars use the new roadway, pedestrians and cyclists will get their chance.
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.
It is a project intended to alleviate flooding on a notoriously flood prone Fort Worth road. Ironically, weekend rains and construction caused a portion of Trinity Boulevard behind Bell Helicopter to collapse.
Crews from Atmos Energy were up early Thursday morning working to repair a natural gas leak at a road construction site in Bedford. No evacuations or injuries were reported.
Three years into the North Tarrant Express Project (NTE) and drivers have come to find battling closures, detours, and backups an every day occurrence. Now one city is spending money to make sure people don’t avoid the area altogether.