People from across Texas are going to be in Austin today calling on elected officials for toll road reform.
The Texas Department of Transportation has started mailing refund checks to some tollway drivers who were overbilled or billing was wrongly delayed for months.
Bent rims and busted hub caps have become the norm after winter weather added to growing number of North Texas potholes. There’s no question pothole damage is hitting drivers bank accounts, but who is at fault?
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.
Fluffy flakes of snow started falling across North Texas on Friday morning, but they quickly created slick spots on area roads. Drivers are urged to take it slow.
So, you’re driving after the North Texas ice has finally melted. Great! Then, bam you hit a gigantic pothole. Sorry. And unfortunately those dips in the pavement and asphalt are going to get worse before they get better.
Days before the storm hit, TXDOT trucks pre-treated roads with a brine, a mixture of salt and water.
Most drivers taking it slow as icy roads create hazardous driving conditions across the metroplex.
With a winter storm blowing into North Texas later this weekend, crews hit the road to pre-treat highway interchange ramps, bridges, and overpasses to protect them against ice or other frozen precipitation.
It’s still too early to know if there will be any delays, and no word yet how much it will cost to fix.
A crash involving an 18-wheeler forced emergency crews to close a portion of eastbound Interstate-30 in Grand Prairie late Monday night, and the closures continued into early Tuesday morning.
Some South Dallas residents want the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to tread carefully when construction starts on the Southern Gateway Project.