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…
The walls reduce sound up to 20 percent for nearby neighbors tired of noisy traffic.
Two children were transported to the hospital after being hit by a car in East Austin Thursday afternoon.
The privately-owned section of SH 130, officially called SH 130 Segments 5 and 6, boasts the fastest speed limit in the nation at 85 miles p…
New this year, the Capital Metro will be offering free shuttle service from the Leander and Lakeline MetroRail stations since the MetroRail …
A neighborhood in North Austin is meeting with city to discuss concerns and look at potential solutions to reduce traffic around Pillow Elem…
Avoid the parking fines with a new app that allows you to pay to park at your fingertips.
Toxicology results indicate Shawn Hurwitz had a blood alcohol content three times the legal limit.
All traffic going northbound is being detoured at Wonder World Drive.
Between Duval Road and Braker Lane lanes of MoPac will be closed in the southbound direction starting Friday Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.
The multi-vehicle crash has Farm to Market 2222 at Jester Boulevard down to one lane in each direction.
The 28-year-old motorcyclist accelerated as a police officer tried to pull him over.
Former Austin Mayor Carole Keeton, Friends of the Wildflower Center and Save Our Springs Alliance, among others, are making sure the project…
New AAA study shows around 87 percent of drivers engaged in at least one risky behavior while driving within the past month.
$2.5 million in funding would answer questions about future projects that will have a direct impact on your commute.