Various ways to get around safely if you’re out celebrating New Year’s Eve.
Austin Police confirm the crash happened around 2:21 a.m. at the corner of Barton Springs Road and Kinney Avenue.
The Holiday No Refusal in Austin ends on Sunday, Jan. 3.
ATX Safer Streets, Austin Music People and an organization called TechNet are trying to gather 30,000 petition signatures to get the City Co…
The new law was implemented in January 2015 and in its first year, Austin police officers have issued more than 5,000 citations to drivers t…
The last thing you want is to be pulled over this holiday season, but in Williamson County, if you’re following the law, you could be receiv…
Police say Gary Crescini was walking along the center median when a car hit him and left the scene.
The truck was stuck underneath the 12th Street bridge through downtown Austin.
Despite bicycle lanes and other measures to make the city more bike friendly, attorney Brad Houston said the relationship between bikes and …
Hays County commissioner says construction could start in the summer of 2016.
The lane closures will allow for the crews to install the main steel structure of an overhead pedestrian bridge linking the Moody College of…
Due to the current pace of the construction, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority says they’re issuing the notice to try to get the…
The bridge is part of the Shoal Creek Greenbelt Trail Improvements project.
One person was hit and killed in the westbound lanes of SH 71 near the airport.
The 9-2 vote was decided on around 1 a.m. Friday after several hours of discussion and comments.
A man driving along North MoPac ran into the back of a Travis County Sheriff’s Office deputy patrol car that was working traffic safety.
A woman was ejected from her vehicle after police say the car she was in struck several utility poles.
6-year-old child seriously injured after being hit by a car crossing the street to meet her grandmother on the other side.
Get Me has already agreed to comply with whatever regulations the city puts forward.
South Lamar Boulevard near Oltorf Street is down to one lane seven days a week, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.