Motorists can expect about three and a half years of construction on Interstate-35E between Dallas and Denton. Work should begin by mid-year and be done in 2016.
Anyone who drives the highways in North Texas knows just how clogged those arteries can get. But transportation officials could take a big step toward changing your commute.
For a lot of North Texans traveling on Interstate-635/LBJ Freeway equals construction and traffic jams, but engineers across the state are using the roadwork project as a model.
The Texas Association of Business believes that, if the state raises registration fees by $50 per vehicle, and dedicates that money to road projects, it would create an additional $16 billion.
A $15 million San Antonio highway underpass project under construction since spring will have to be scrapped and redesigned after a rare spider was found on the construction site.
Just when you thought that traffic at the ‘High 5′ interchange could not get any worse, the LBJ Express Project announced that they will be shutting down lanes in key ramps for the next year.
When it comes to Texas roads, a new report suggests their poor quality costs drivers thousands a year.
Construction along the Hulen Street bridge, just south of Interstate-30 in Fort Worth, has been forcing some drivers to avoid the area completely. But those days are about to be over.
Part of Interstate-35W in north Fort Worth has been given the greenlight for a big makeover. A 10-mile stretch is set to be under construction by the middle of next year.
The North Tarrant Express road construction project is still on schedule, but some important changes are coming for drivers traveling through the work zone.
Officials with TxDOT are considering outsourcing some routine upkeep on stretches of interstates. The work would include repaving, mowing, litter pickup and sign repair.
Just as students start heading back to school, some big changes will be coming to the LBJ Express highway construction project, as new areas open up to vehicle and foot traffic.