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Texas bullet train routes unveiled, but opposition surfaces

| |Saturday, Nov. 01, 2014

Supporters of a high-speed rail line from Dallas to Houston get their first look at possible train routes, but opponents say they don’t want bullet trains zooming through their communities.

I-30 ramp opens Friday to Chisholm Trail Parkway

| |Friday, Oct. 31, 2014

Access to the toll road is about to get a lot easier for motorists near downtown Fort Worth.

TxDOT ends program that converts paved roads to gravel

| |Tuesday, Oct. 28, 2014

The agency drew widespread criticism in July 2013 when it announced plans to convert 83 miles of paved road in South and West Texas to gravel.

New Riverside bridge opens over Loop 820

| |Monday, Oct. 27, 2014

A new North Riverside Drive bridge over Loop 820 is expected to be a popular alternate route to Interstate 35W.

Meetings scheduled for high-speed rail line

| |Sunday, Oct. 12, 2014

A proposed high-speed rail line that could open by 2021 between Dallas and Houston, will be the subject of six public meetings.

Stretch of West Freeway to be closed Saturday night in Fort Worth

| |Saturday, Oct. 11, 2014

All lanes of Interstate 30 will be closed from Summit Avenue to University Drive on Saturday night and Sunday morning as workers put the finishing touches on Chisholm Trail Parkway.

Price at the pump continues to fall

| |Friday, Oct. 10, 2014

In Fort Worth and Arlington, the average of $3.07 per gallon was 14 cents cheaper than a week ago.

Cities eager to get back to business, with NTE finished

| |Friday, Oct. 10, 2014

City officials are optimistic that now that the NTE is built, restaurants and other businesses will come.

North Tarrant Express toll lanes open Saturday

| |Thursday, Oct. 02, 2014

The $2.5 billion North Tarrant Express project features toll lanes — with pricing that changes based on traffic conditions.

New approvals push TEX Rail plans forward

| |Monday, Sep. 29, 2014

Two federal agencies have approved TEX Rail, greatly improving the chances the proposed commuter rail line will be under construction by 2016 and possibly open to traffic by 2018.

T phasing out free bus passes for homeless, other needy

| |Tuesday, Sep. 23, 2014

The Fort Worth Transportation Authority’s new president mails letters to more than 140 agencies warning that subsidized bus passes will end in a year.

Crossing America in a 1949 Hudson

| |Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

A Boston man who crossed the United States in a 1949 Hudson he bought on Ebay for $2,500 made a stop in Euless Monday.

Honkin’ Mad: The driverless car is coming sooner than you think

Monday, Sep. 22, 2014

VIDEO: Get ready to take your hands off the wheel, as Gordon Dickson steers you toward the future. | Plus: Brace for Impact

Readin’, writin’ and gridlock in south Arlington

| |Sunday, Sep. 21, 2014

A complicated road project in south Arlington promises to dramatically improve traffic, but in the meantime the work is creating headaches for motorists heading to three Mansfield district schools.

I-35W ramp to Northside Drive closing for 3 months

| |Thursday, Sep. 18, 2014

The closure is part of a $1.4 billion project expected to be finished by 2018.

Top Fort Worth transit officials resign

| |Tuesday, Sep. 16, 2014

The executive vice president and the general counsel both left the Fort Worth Transportation Authority.

Ticked off about toll roads?

Monday, Sep. 15, 2014

Video: As they multiply in Tarrant County, some motorists are Honkin’ Mad about it.

Texas road debt: $23 billion

| |Monday, Sep. 15, 2014

Texas is overwhelmed with debt issued to build roads, but a constitutional amendment known as Proposition 1 would provide sorely needed relief, supporters said.

Recycling sand? NTTA says it will save money

| |Thursday, Sep. 04, 2014

North Texas Tollway Authority officials say they’re saving about $60,000 by recycling sand used during last winter’s ice storms.

High-speed rail gaining momentum in Texas

| |Wednesday, Aug. 27, 2014

A privately funded high-speed-rail line from Houston to Dallas would include a single stop in College Station, an official says. Meanwhile, bullet train advocates look at a Fort Worth-Austin line.