Anyone traveling in downtown Fort Worth needs to be ready for major traffic delays. Crews have shut down the West 7th Street bridge for construction work.
For many North Texans it seems as if every local highway is currently under construction — and the assessment isn’t far off. According to TxDOT there are nearly two dozens construction zones along Interstate-35 alone.
A big rig loaded with frozen chicken ran afoul of construction in Fort Worth on Tuesday morning. Police said that the driver clipped a retaining wall and lost control.
For two long years, construction bottlenecked the busy Hulen Street in Fort Worth to just one lane in both directions. But finally, the full flow of traffic is moving once again.
The Weatherford Street bridge came crashing down and will be rebuilt. The 7th Street bridge is getting arches installed. Bridge construction is forcing Fort Worth drivers to find new routes.
The Weatherford Street bridge in Fort Worth is set to be demolished, which means major road closures just east of downtown.
As work continues on the LBJ Express Project – so does the noise. Now a number of homeowners are complaining that they can’t sleep, because loud jackhammers are being used at all hours of the night.
State lawmakers were hoping to help disabled veterans with a plan to let them drive toll roads for free. But since the 2009 bill passed, nearly half of the state’s toll roads still charge.
Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price gave her second State of the City Address Tuesday morning. During the speech she told more than 1,000 business and community leaders that she’s going to slash the budget so the city can finally operate without deficits.
Drivers in Fort Worth may have noticed some big arches under construction over the last year. They are part of the 7th Street bridge project.
There’s a new face at CBS 11 News, but she’s very familiar to television viewers in North Texas. Tammy Dombeck will be filling in for Whitney Drolen on traffic.
The North Tarrant Express project is one of the largest road construction areas in North Texas right now, but it has reached the halfway point and is on track to wrap up in mid-2015.