The sounds of construction echo along Heritage Trace Parkway in north Fort Worth. Shopping centers are sprouting up and quickly filling with businesses, and more are on the way. Along with all the growth and new businesses comes congestion.
What was once a rural, two-lane road has turned into a regular route for North Texas commuters. Now some people who live along Davis Boulevard, in Tarrant County, are pleading for help. They say they only want to be able to safely get in and out their homes.
A traffic nightmare continues near downtown Dallas. Chopper 11 flew over westbound Interstate-35E when an mid-afternoon accident involving a tractor-trailer and heavy equipment vehicle closed all of the southbound lanes.
There’s a full court press from North Texas transportation advocates to get the legislature to pump more money into highways. It was the first topic on the list at Thursday’s Interstate-35W Coalition meeting in Fort Worth.
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.
Frisco is set to hold the first town hall meeting of 2013 on Thursday night. One topic up for discussion will likely be a proposal for traffic ‘roundabouts.’
A nonprofit highway industry group says its study found decaying Texas roads are costing motorists more than $23 billion a year.
Fireworks at Fair Park prompted an unnecessary slowdown of traffic along nearby I-30. Amazingly, neither DPD nor Dallas Fire Rescue report any calls for service being held up, but they’re hinting at future changes.
A problem with cameras provided by the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) could impact your commute for days to come.
It’s the weekend and that means roadwork across North Texas.
A first-of-its kind report on the nation’s most congested roads includes a number of North Texas highways. The Texas Transportation Institute and others looked at more than 300 roads across the country and broke them down into eight categories of congestion.
A new study, by the Texas Transportation Institute at Texas A&M University, suggests there isn’t enough being done to ensure the nation’s transportation system will be able to keep up with job growth, when the economy gets better.