After numerous setbacks, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has agreed to a new extended timeline with the contractor.
CapMetro will hold public forums to find out what will help make the transit system better.
All lanes have now reopened and traffic delays are beginning to clear out.
Police reported finding large amounts of mail inside the stranded vehicle. They’re trying to determine who the mail belongs to.
A deadly weekend for Central Texas starting on Friday until Sunday nine people died in traffic fatalities.
The passenger, Lori Pollock, died in the rollover crash after Dugger said he swerved to avoid hitting a dog in the road.
Director James Bass said his agency is committed to delivering projects Texans need and deserve.
As the discussion surrounds ridesharing companies, a fourth driver-owned franchise modeled after a co-op could be the next option for ground…
Police made an arrest this morning after a person set a small fire on the tracks of the Austin MetroRail.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler said, “In this Year of Mobility, adding more lanes and more options to 183 North will increase mobility between nor…
Austin police will meet with TXDot and the city’s transportation department to work on a new solution to stop whomever is throwing rocks at …
All main lanes of I-35 at Yarrington Road near Kyle will be closed nightly starting Feb. 7 through Feb. 11.
A program created to provide safe routes for children to school has received hundreds of complaints, but a KXAN Investigation reveals not al…
No Refusal DWI weekend has arrived as Austinites plan to party for the Super Bowl, Mardis Gras, and Fat Tuesday.
Austin police are responding to reports of a liquid spill on I-35 that has traffic coming to a halt.
A city committee questioned police Wednesday about why drivers with a suspended license are allowed to continue driving.
The Vision Zero committee presents their plan to the Austin Mobility Committee Wednesday.
Not only is TxDOT using the money to add cameras, it will be fixing the cameras that aren’t working properly.
There was a shut down on FM 812 as crews rescued a man who went into cardiac arrest.
The deceased driver was identified as Leandro Aguilar. Austin-Travis County EMS says the man that died was in his 30s.