It’s not every day during a Texas winter that most of the state hits freezing temperatures. But when it does happen, TxDOT crews go above and beyond to keep the roads clear and safe during winter weather.
The U.S. Department of Transportation has announced the winners of its Intersection Safety Challenge, awarding TxDOT for efforts to improve pedestrian safety at intersections.
While working one day at TxDOT’s Gainesville Travel Information Center in 2022, Supervisor Abeer Basidiq had a gut feeling something was not right.
TxDOT employees helped kick off the holiday season in November by strutting with one of the coolest cats on the planet.
Here’s a look at what TxDOT is working on lately.
Commuters across Texas reaped time and cost savings valued at more than $3 billion last year, thanks to transportation improvements and pandemic-related trends.
The holiday season gets its official start next week as many Texans gather around the table for Thanksgiving dinner.
It almost happened. The long and heartbreaking 23-year streak of daily deaths on Texas highways almost ended. Almost.
Major increase in funding to help provide transportation alternatives and safer access to schools and amenities.
TxDOT to fight lawsuit against I-35 safety and mobility improvements
In response to a lawsuit brought by opponents of the I-35 Capital Express Central project, TxDOT Executive Director Marc Williams signaled the agency plans to vigorously defend the much-needed project.
Historic investment driving the Texas economy forward
Texas Transporation Commission chairman J. Bruce Bugg, Jr. provides this thoughts on the adoption of the 2024 Unified Transportation Program.
The second South Padre Island causeway project is moving forward in development as the Texas Transportation Commission added the future roadway, SH 104, to the state highway system.
TxDOT is working to shape the future for one of the most important highways in our area, and public input is crucial as the agency looks to meet the transportation needs of tomorrow.
Parents and caregivers do everything they can to protect their children from harm, and TxDOT helps parents take the same precautions before heading out on the road.
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