All southbound traffic on Cameron Road is being diverted to the frontage road.
Drivers in Williamson County are facing nearly an hour-long delay on Southbound Interstate 35 Thursday morning.
Congestion improvements could start as early as this fall.
Medics say the critically injured man was initially trapped in the vehicle.
Austin-Travis County EMS say the crash happened in the 1700 block of West Cesar Chavez Street at around 4:38 p.m.
Officials say a signal light at the intersection would not work.
As crews were working one crash, another one happened 1 mile down the road.
Fares will be consistent with the Capital Metro system and will be honored seamlessly from Round Rock to Austin.
The study shows it would take 40 minutes to travel from Slaughter Lane to Cesar Chavez Street via gondola.
An uptick in usage has TxDOT looking at adding additional lanes to the toll road.
The overpasses are being considered at Kellam and Ross Roads.
Construction crews will be working on removing an overhead sign bridge Thursday night into Friday morning.
Officers say they suspect Garcia-Servin, the pedestrian, was intoxicated at the time of the crash.
Developers say being forced to conduct a new study could shut down the build of toll 45 and delay the South MoPac projects for years.
Austin-Travis County EMS says they’re transporting four patients from the scene.
The westbound frontage road of East Ben White Boulevard is closed while crews work on fixing the problem.
All lanes of US 183 are closed at FM 3405.
The Bastrop County Sheriff’s Office reports the crash happened around 3 p.m. on US 290 near Farm to Market 2336.
Bus service is scheduled to begin in August.
Nineteen-year-old Nicholas Young died in the crash.