I-Team: Despite Less Traffic, There Have Been More Deadly Crashes In North Texas During PandemicWith less congestion on the roadways, drivers had the opportunity to travel faster and they did. So when crashes happened, they were more likely to be fatal.
New Texas A&M Study Shows How Much Time, Money North Texans Spend DrivingIf you feel like you have wasted hours of your life sitting in traffic, you are right — About 67 hours a year, to be exact.
North Texas Road Rage Crashes At An All-Time HighIn 2016, road rage was blamed for 362 crashes in the Dallas-Fort Worth area - more than a hundred more than just five years ago according to state crash records.
App Encourages Teen Drivers To Leave Their Phone AloneAbout 2,800 U.S. teens die each year in car crashes; that’s the equivalent of a school bus loaded with teenagers crashing once every week for an entire year.
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.
I-30 Express Lanes Survey The Texas A&M Transportation Institute (TTI) and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) are working on how to best manage the I-30 (Tom Landry) corridor. This survey will help us make these decisions.
I-Team: Plastic Pylons Cost Taxpayers More Than ExpectedMost drive by without even thinking about them, but the thousands of plastic pylons lining the HOV lanes on US-75 and I-635 in Dallas are closely being studied by the state.