The initiative began on Friday, March 4 lasted through Tuesday, March 22.
The app allows users to pay for parking remotely from their devices eliminating the need for coins, cash or cards.
After two deadly crashes in the past two months, people who drive U.S. 281 in Burnet County say the changes can’t come soon enough.
An 18-wheeler rolled over in the crash but it is not clear if the fatality is in the truck or another vehicle.
Starting Thursday, March 24, the intersection will be outfitted with a Transit Queue Jump light, which is used to make it easier for buses t…
All the entrance and exit ramps will remain closed the entire weekend.
The pilot program is also being considered at several other busy Austin intersections.
South Congress Avenue at East Riverside is down to a few lines as crews with Texas Gas Service work on emergency repairs.
Starting March 15, Buda & Kyle Taxi will provide service two days a week to anyone in the Kyle community who is in need of transportation to…
Even eleven miles away from the Austin Convention Center, the Kramer Station for Capital Metro has to deal with parking woes as well.
An Austin entrepreneur says similar systems are already operating at West Virginia University and at Heathrow Airport in London.
Police say the pedestrian was not in a crosswalk and crossed mid-block.
Uber representatives argue the current ballot language focuses on what would be repealed, but fails to mention the ordinance would maintain …
The crash involving the truck and another vehicle happened around 10:15 a.m. on the eastbound lanes of U.S. 290 at Old Kimbro Road
While the White House doesn’t release motorcade details, here are some area you should avoid if you’re trying to get around Austin.
The lawsuit claims the trucking company was negligent for hiring a “convicted felon.”
Around 125,000 extra people in the downtown area, plus a presidential motorcade, means you may want to take advantage of alternative transit…
After recent construction and expansion, an Austin roadway is once again in need of repairs.
One adult female has critical life threatening injuries and two adult males have non-life threatening injuries.
In the routine, first-day hearing, U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Tony Davis approved agreements made between the tollway operating company, SH 130 C…