A motorcyclist was rushed to the hospital Sunday afternoon after colliding with a car in South Austin.
The crash happened on Saturday afternoon just a few miles south of Burnet.
The Williamson County Sheriff’s Office said the crash happened just before 3 p.m. on SH 29 near Old Highway 29.
It’s not hard to find a cyclist in Austin who’s been hit by a car — or at least had some close calls.
Austin-Travis County EMS medics were called at 6:38 p.m. to the 10600 block of Deer Canyon Road, near FM 1431.
This is the first time the guide has been updated in 10 years.
This particular event would close off a two mile stretch of Congress Avenue — from 11th Street in downtown to Mary Street in south Austin.
More than 100 crashes at the intersection of Ronald Reagan Boulevard and Ranch Road 2338 has prompted the Texas Department of Transportation…
The intersection of South Congress Avenue at Oltorf Street will be the first one to see work this fall.
Repairs are expected to be finished by the end of the month but you will need to drive slowly when making your way through the area.
The project includes wider sidewalks and two additional crosswalks on Hopkins Street.
The existing Yarrington Road ramp will be permanently closed to traffic
A celebration made its way through Austin streets Saturday morning as a marching band got people dancing during the annual Juneteenth parade…
The motorcycle he was riding smashed into a car that turned in front of him, fracturing his skull and shattering his knee.
Family claims flashing yellow light instead of green/red/yellow light cycle contributed to 14-year-old son’s death.
With Uber and Lyft back in the Austin market, Austin-based ride-hailing apps are pulling out all the stops to keep customers.
Two new routes are being added to the Round Rock-area starting Aug. 21.
The city says the new Wednesday paid parking times will not take effect for a couple more months.
Daniel Sullins’s vehicle crashed into the front of the Tacoma. He was pronounced dead at the scene.
The bridge stretches over 1,000 feet on the east side of Mopac