The driver of a big rig walked away from a crash early Tuesday morning in Lancaster that left his vehicle in flames.
One person was killed and several injured Thursday when a bridge currently under construction collapsed onto Interstate-35 in Salado, Texas.
Drivers might want to avoid Interstate-35E in Lewisville this weekend. Crews will begin construction on Friday night and some areas will be shut down until Sunday morning.
Two crashes involving 18-wheelers — one in McKinney and another in Dallas — created traffic headaches throughout North Texas late Monday night and into early Tuesday morning.
Just before 8:00pm Wednesday there was a seven-car pile-up in Denton County along Highway 380 in Little Elm between Providence Village and Paloma Creek.
The Texas Senate approved the first bill of the legislative session on Wednesday, with speedy passage of a plan to shift billions of dollars generated by vehicle sales taxes to building and maintaining roads strained by the state’s booming population.
Icy roads in Denton on Friday night snarled traffic as big rigs littered the roads and highways which were stuck in their own tracks.
In a move to help alleviate some of the major traffic issues caused by the weather Friday, a select group of tollways in North Texas are suspending tolls to keep traffic moving.
Wednesday night road crews were busy patching up a considerable hole that opened up in a bridge on Interstate-35E.
A big rig is still stuck along Interstate-45 in the southwest Oak Cliff portion of Dallas, a day after it nearly slid off of the highway entirely due to icy weather.
Snow likely on the roads Wednesday morning.
Two drivers were transported to the hospital early Wednesday morning after a wrong-way crash in the southbound lanes of Highway 121 in Haltom City.