The day before Thanksgiving is considered one of the busiest travel days of the year.
Traffic was an issue for commuting drivers a couple of hours after the road opened, but has now cleared up.
Police say the driver of car slammed into the back of a stopped 18-wheeler.
A myriad of issues arose during construction, but CTRMA says the problems date back to the beginning and the bid of the winning contractor C…
The roads were initially expected to be closed for the next eight hours.
A man who crashed on the bridge and flipped into the creek below says there aren’t appropriate warning signs to alert drivers.
“People can go and select from any of the 34 charities that we have and be able to round up their fare and give to those charities.”
The man has been identified as 62-year-old James Phillip Long.
Your drive along MoPac is expected to become a bit smoother north of Lady Bird Lake.
Police say three vehicles were involved and four people were taken to the hospital.
Smaller closures will lead up to a complete shutdown of northbound MoPac at 11 p.m.
The aging buses have been replaced with Capital Metro-branded buses that are blue, for the Local route.
For every one traffic-related death there are more than 100 traffic-related injuries, many of which are life-alerting.
Crashes in the area stem from drivers making unprotected turns out of driveways onto the road.
The zip barriers are placed right between 35th and 45th streets on northbound Mopac.
All of the I-35 southbound lanes have reopened after they were shut down for hours at 51st Street.
Route 30 runs through the Eanes ISD and is often used by special education students.
Austin police are warning drivers to avoid the downtown area, if possible, and find an alternate route.
Texas Gas Service say a contractor put a hole in a pipe while doing work in the area around 5 p.m. Monday.
Michael Wayne Smith, 39, was riding a black Harley Davidson motorcycle southbound on I-35 when he rode off the interstate and into the grass…