Texas A&M Transportation Institute
A consistently growing population means there are more cars and trucks on North Texas roadways that ever. The result means drivers are spending more time stuck in rush hour, and off hour, traffic.
The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) are working on how to best manage the I-30 (Tom Landry) corridor. This survey will help us make these decisions.
Most drive by without even thinking about them, but the thousands of plastic pylons lining the HOV lanes on US-75 and I-635 in Dallas are closely being studied by the state.