DFW Airport Approves Increasing ‘Pass-Through’ Fee To $6About 2,500 commuters cut through DFW Airport each day, and starting this fall they will have to pay a six dollar "pass-through" fee.
Feds Chipping In To Help Fund Major Highway Improvements Through HasletHaslet is getting an infrastructure overhaul meant to help ease traffic and better connect commuters and commercial drivers to I-35W and US-287.
Mass Transit Delivering Commuters And Big Economic ImpactA university study is now proving what non-stop construction has long suggested—that DART light rail stations are delivering a big economic impact along with commuters.
Commuters Excited About DART's New Light Rail LinesThe Cotton Belt corridor would run through Plano, Richardson, Addison and Carrollton, east-west to DFW Airport.
Groundbreaking For Tarrant County TEX Rail Commuter LineThe dream of a rail line running through Tarrant County to Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport is becoming reality. Today groundbreaking events will be held for the new TEX Rail line.
Bus Drivers Want Parents & Kids To Get Ready For Start Of SchoolSchool bus drivers are getting ready for the start of the new school year and they're hoping you will prepare along with them.
It's Not Your Imagination! You Are Spending More Time In North Texas TrafficA consistently growing population means there are more cars and trucks on North Texas roadways that ever. The result means drivers are spending more time stuck in rush hour, and off hour, traffic.
Petition Started To Push For More DART SecurityThere’s a push for more security on Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) trains, and at their stations. A North Texas man started a petition on change.org, after he says his 21-year-old daughter was attacked and robbed on a train.
LBJ Freeway Lane Closures To Tighten Traffic FlowAll four westbound lanes of LBJ and two eastbound lanes will close between Midway and Marsh at 7 p.m. Saturday night.
Planned Toll Rate Increase Frustrates CommutersThe rates will increase on July 1 by just under a penny per mile, from 15.3 cents to 16.2 cents. Many commuters say the increase will be noticed and is unnecessary.
Dallas County Is Destination For Most Texas Workers With Long CommutesMore people are driving to Dallas County for work than any other county in the state, according to the US Census Bureau.