No place along I-35E in North Texas do more vehicle accidents happen than on the mile stretch just west of downtown Dallas between Riverfront Blvd. and Commerce St.
Texas troopers have sidelined nearly 1,900 vehicles as part of the three-day nationwide safety effort called Roadcheck 2014.
The U.S. Department of Transportation is issuing a final safety rule that requires rearview technology in many new vehicles. The move is an effort to reduce deaths and serious injuries caused by backup accidents.
As Fort Worth thaws out, city workers are trying to figure out just how much combating the ice cost the city. From sand truck drivers to the actual sand itself, 90+ hours of ice adds up.
Starting at noon Sunday, the City of Dallas sent out 30 sanding trucks to prepare for the looming ice storm.
On restricted stretches of Dallas county highway, Sheriff’s deputies play a cat and mouse game with truckers hauling hazardous cargo.
General Motors is investing more than $500 million to improve its Arlington assembly plant, which means more jobs are on the way.
The high summer temperatures are causing many cars to break down across the metroplex. It’s a dangerous side effect for drivers, many of whom find themselves stranded dangerously on the side of the road.
General Motors is recalling more than 145,000 pickup trucks because the hoods can fly open unexpectedly and block the driver’s vision.
Heavy vehicles left idling waiting to work, waiting to be weighed or just waiting for their drivers in the cab to wake up to get back on the road, emit tons of carbon dioxide and other pollutants each year.
Traffic on both westbound SH 114 and westbound SH 183 is being rerouted after a midday accident.
If you’ve ever been on Interstate-35, then you know there is a lot of 18-wheeler traffic. More than 8,000 heavy trucks pass over some stretches of DFW highways each day.