Currently, TxDOT has seven active construction projects on bridges along Interstate 35 from Williamson to Hays counties.
Young drivers get a chance to text and drive in a controlled environment and wear drunk goggles behind the wheel.
TxDOT says traffic is expected to improve thanks to a $6.4 million project that added auxiliary lanes and extended entrance/exit lanes on Lo…
This weekend, teens and their parents have a chance to drive on the Circuit of the America’s track to learn how to be safe behind the wheel.
Police say the cause of the incident was most likely suicide.
Last year, distracted driving crashes killed 482 people in Texas, or one person approximately every 18 hours.
The third lane is expected to help ease traffic congestion in the area.
Forty-seven percent of all pedestrians struck at 30 miles per hour suffer critical injuries and 1 in 5 die.
A 19-minute drive in the main lanes before the new addition is now closer to seven minutes.
Some parts of the road will see a 5 to 10 mph drop in the speed limit.
Police say nine pedestrians have died on Interstate 35 or the frontage roads this year, which is twice as many as last year.
General Manager Carlos Santizo of El Arroyo worries the nightly closures will impact their dinner crowd.
Austin-Travis County EMS says the crash happened near the Manor Road and Anchor Lane intersection at around 5:52 p.m.
There are currently 22 rest areas with Wi-Fi with more available in the coming months.
These closures will be in place Tuesday through Friday nights until 5:30 a.m. each day.
Plans are 80 percent complete and utility relocation is expected to begin soon even though no construction funding has been identified.
After numerous crashes and complaints, TxDOT says they have tentatively approved a special school zone on FM 969.
David Hanner, 57, was crossing the 800 block of Wagon Trail at around 8:36 p.m. on Nov. 6 when he fell down in the street.
Complete road closures start at 6 a.m., including San Jacinto Boulevard from East 10th-15th Streets.
Two major freeways in Austin experienced major delays due to vehicle fires.