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.
The Texas Department of Transportation is shutting down its toll tag customer service department and website on Friday for a thorough upgrade scheduled to debut next week.
Texas troopers will be out in force over the long Fourth of July holiday period, looking for suspected drunken drivers and other traffic violators. The patrol increase starts Friday.
A re-paving project on I-30 is proving to be a traffic hazard for North Texas commuters.
A distracted driving campaign joins the popular ‘Don’t Mess With Texas’ campaign in an effort to keep the state’s roadways clean and safe.
If you talk or text on your phone while behind the wheel of a vehicle, you will crash. That is the message from TxDOT, as they begin a campaign that will hopefully save lives.
To help ease congestion, TXDOT will soon allow people driving by themselves to use the HOV lanes along LBJ – east of Central Expressway – south to I-30.
TxDOT will host its first of 25 public meetings in Bryan on Monday, to gather input on the state’s long-term transportation needs. Other meetings are planned all across the state.
One of the busiest highways in DFW could get even harder to navigate. The Dallas City Council is set to meet on Monday to talk about more road construction along the LBJ Freeway.