Austin police say the pedestrian was crossing mid-block.
Drivers who frequent Cesar Chavez Street in downtown Austin will have a new stoplight to contend with starting Friday.
A KXAN viewer says he’s been stuck behind the crash since around 2:30 a.m. Thursday, between Old Potato Road and US 290.
Police have not released the man’s identity.
The road is two lanes between Harold Green Road and Farm to Market 969 in east Travis County.
The crash happened just after 4 p.m. in the 5500 block of Williams Drive.
The crash happened at the intersection of Gregg Manor Road and Cameron Road.
Several neighbors have been rear-ended by cars on US 183 at Cole Drive, where the speed limit is 70 mph.
The plans were proposed after a three-year, multi-million dollar study looking into solutions for congestion on the highway.
The cameras will be installed on the southbound side of I-35 approaching downtown.
The crash, which closed the eastbound lanes of SH 71 at Eighth Street, happened around 3 p.m.
US 183 in Lockhart now has two travel lanes in each direction as well as a dedicated continuous center-turn lane.
The weekly patrols targeting people who get too close to cyclists are generating dozens of tickets — and that’s the problem.
The city hopes the new signals will improve traffic operations for both bicyclists and drivers.
Austin-Travis County EMS was called to the 9500 block of the parkway, west of Barton Creek Boulevard, at 4:12 p.m.
For the past two years, the temporary bridge was installed by using a railroad flatbed car as the main, one-lane crossing.
TxDOT said they’re in the process of correcting the issues as quickly as they can.
A new court document alleges Johnathan McCarty sexually assaulted four women using a date rape drug, according to a writ.
DPS says the crash happened around 3 p.m. on Sunday, July 16 on Farm to Market 2001 between SH 130 and County View Road.
DPS says the motorcyclist tried to avoid hitting a car when he crashed.