Cobblestone ice and ice-mageddon may be months away, but the North Texas Tollway Authority is preparing now.
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.
This Labor Day weekend, The Texas Department of Transportation’s statewide “Drink. Drive. Go to Jail” campaign is in full swing.
TXDOT is admitting to a big ‘oops’ when it comes to those new managed toll lanes in the DFW Connector project in Grapevine.
Crews have completed the bridge demolition early and have reopened both the north and southbound main lanes on Interstate 35W at U.S. 81/287 in north Fort Worth.
In the heat of late July, officials in Keller are determined not to get caught off guard by the first winter freeze. The city bought two snow plow attachments for city trucks.
With so many area roadways under construction, flash flooding is a serious concern for TxDOT on Thursday, as strong storms pound North Texas.
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.
The much anticipated LBJ toll connector to I-35E did not open Saturday as planned.
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.
Crews are now finished with the DFW Connector project. But saying goodbye to road construction means saying hello to new charges, which took effect on Monday morning.