Texas Department of Transportation
With the potential for winter weather this weekend, before the college national football championship, there are signs the Texas Department of Transportation preparation game plan has changed.
Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) say they are going to fast-track contract work to fix a damaged bridge in Irving, after a truck crash into it on Friday.
All of northbound Loop 12 and part of eastbound Highway 183 in Irving remain closed, after a semi hit an overpass just after noon on Friday.
Texas is backing off its claim that an art installation resembling a luxury Prada store in the middle of the desert is an illegal roadside advertisement.
Tuesday evening crews shutdown two lanes of I-30, on both sides, until 6 a.m. Wednesday. For months drivers have bumped and rattled over a construction project that’s taking longer than planned.
A big rig fire in North Fort Worth shut down the highway Thursday morning and construction made it difficult for firefighters to access water to put it out.
TXDOT is admitting to a big ‘oops’ when it comes to those new managed toll lanes in the DFW Connector project in Grapevine.
The law is clear – in Texas the left lane is for passing only. But, what do you do if you get stuck behind a slow poke hogging the left lane? In the metroplex, you may be out of luck.
Most people think of it as the not-so-fun ride in Fair Park. We’re talking about Interstate-30, just east of downtown. But some area improvements being considered are not only timely, but beautiful.
If you live, work, or play in Collin County — you know the drill. Get on a toll road to get where you want to go. There’s the George Bush, the Sam Rayburn and the Dallas North Tollway. Now, tolls could eventually come to Central Expressway.
Along Highway 114, near the Texas Motor Speedway, some families say they worry about getting in an accident everyday. Crews are working on a new bridge in the area – all a part of the Highway 114 expansion west of Interstate-35W.
While the temperatures rise and fall in North Texas this winter, the one thing that has remained constant is the sky-high bill to pay for the state’s storm response.