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.
As many as 10 trains weekly have been coming into Texas carrying a million gallons or more of Northern Plains crude oil that’s been involved in fiery derailments in the U.S. and Canada.
The Fort Worth Transportation Authority announces changes to 10 bus routes.
While Texas has bragging rights to a network that includes the most highway lanes in the nation, everything is not rosy.
Texas lawmakers are feeling upbeat as they convened the 84th legislative session.
The Federal Highway Administration said Wednesday that crash tests involving guardrails made by Trinity Industries Inc. will be done by mid-January at an independent lab in San Antonio.
Retail gasoline prices have dropped by nearly a dime across Texas this week, settling at $3.09 a gallon.
A cost-saving measure has been scrapped at Dallas County Schools after big concerns about student safety.
Graco Children’s Products is recalling nearly two million infant car seats, agreeing to government demands in what is now the largest seat recall in American history.
Dallas City Hall tried once again to broker middle ground between traditional taxi service and app-on-demand private transport companies like Uber and LYFT. But a hoped-for resolution will have to wait for another day.
Paid parking was put in place a couple of years ago but the DART Board recently voted to get rid of the Fair Share Parking program, because it was not making enough money to sustain itself.
Officials in the City of Fort Worth are looking into a new way to get people around town. The city is considering adding a private bus or trolley that would serve the most popular spots in Fort Worth.