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Arlington voters will weigh in on the devices May 9. And Texas lawmakers will again hear arguments to turn the cameras off.
Motorists can expect to pay higher toll rates, but also enjoy better access to downtown Fort Worth in the coming months and years.
Fort Worth city and school officials are teaming up to possibly solve a traffic problem on the city’s west side.
The signs, a placeholder for traffic lights, caused a significant traffic backup Wednesday at Bonds Ranch Road and U.S. 287 in far north Fort Worth.
Opposition to the use of rural land for high-speed rail threatens to put the brakes on a proposed Dallas-to-Houston route.
Drawing attention to bicycle needs in Texas is a “bit of a David and Goliath battle,” one advocate says.
Highway work crews have pledged not to close any additional lanes this week, when tens of thousands of motorists are expected to swarm Texas Motor Speedway.
Arlington city leaders said that if the bill becomes law, it would help provide financial stability for the 20-year-old Handitran service, which has nearly 16,000 eligible riders.
The crash left a 32-year-old Arlington man dead and three people injured.
Meanwhile, more than 12,000 vehicles per day cross it despite a poor score on its most recent inspection.
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Even though it was the state’s mistake for sending out 320,000 incorrect vehicle registration renewal notices, car owners will be responsible for figuring out the goof and sending in the correct dollar amount due.
The confluence near Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington has long been a trouble spot for traffic.
The decades-old four-lane asphalt roadway in north Arlington is now a six-lane concrete thoroughfare from Collins Street to Ballpark Way.
One giant specimen closed Interstate 35E in Denton for more than nine hours.
The completion of the $2.5 billion project breathes new life into Hurst, Euless and Bedford.
A new vehicle registration and inspection system that requires only one windshield sticker is supposed to make things simpler for car owners, but Tarrant County residents found problems.
The $14 million project will provide Arlington’s east side with another north-south artery.
Agencies responsible for North Texas roads and transit are bracing for an icy battle late Sunday and early Monday.
Motorists heading into and out of downtown Fort Worth this weekend may want to seek alternatives to Spur 280 and be prepared for delays on I-35W.