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Fort Worth sues concrete company over street failures

| |Thursday, Feb. 20, 2014

Site Concrete is accused of doing shoddy work in a far north Fort Worth subdivision.

Fort Worth council OKs $6.63 million for Trinity Uptown bridges

| |Tuesday, Feb. 18, 2014

The money will come from a 2008 bond program and go toward a total of $73.7 million from regional toll revenue and federal, state, and local funds to build the three bridges on Henderson Street, North Main Street and White Settlement Road, according to city documents.

Fort Worth mayor announces city’s first transportation czar

| |Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014

Mayor Betsy Price’s 2014 State of the City address announced new jobs.

Music City to Cowtown: Nashville man to take over Fort Worth transit

| |Friday, Feb. 14, 2014

Fort Worth’s transit agency has a new leader – a man with experience bringing commuter rail to Nashville.

Freezing drizzle coats North Texas streets with treacherous ice

| |Tuesday, Feb. 11, 2014

Dozens of wrecks were reported Monday evening, and a icy Tuesday morning commute is likely.

Brace for Impact: $166 million didn’t fix I-30 bottleneck

| |Monday, Feb. 10, 2014

The “Three Bridges” project makes it fun to drive again in Arlington — but only until you get as far west as Cooper Street.

Tractors, tie-down roping and ... TollTags?

| |Friday, Feb. 07, 2014

Toll roads aren’t thought to be popular in rural parts of Texas, but it turns out that more than a few TollTags have been sold at the Stock Show.

Bullet train developers eye station sites in Fort Worth, Arlington, Dallas and Houston

| |Friday, Feb. 07, 2014

A Japanese official instrumental in the proposal to build high-speed rail in Texas is interested in extending the line to not only Dallas, but Arlington and Fort Worth, officials said.

No car, no problem in far north Fort Worth

| |Sunday, Feb. 02, 2014

I-35W promises to be an orange barrel-laden mess through 2018, but a transit agency is offering bus service for north Fort Worth residents who don’t want to drive.

Former federal official is new head of Trinity Railway Express

| |Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014

A former federal official has been tapped to lead the Trinity Railway Express, at a time when ridership on the commuter line is in decline.

Arlington drainage projects mean detours for some residents

| |Monday, Jan. 27, 2014

A project along Randol Mill Road is almost complete, but one along Arbrook Boulvard in west Arlington is just getting started.

Ex-Fort Worth councilman expected to chair high-speed rail commission

| |Friday, Jan. 24, 2014

The Interstate 30 corridor is emerging as the preferred path through the Metroplex’s urban core.

Beach Street at Loop 820 closed this weekend

|Thursday, Jan. 16, 2014

Construction shuts all lanes under Loop 820.

I-35W southbound lanes at Decatur cutoff to close overnight

|Monday, Jan. 13, 2014

Clear skies and moderate temperatures mean the weather is cooperating for the installation of bridge beams on Interstate 35W at the U.S. 81-287 split Monday and Tuesday nights.

Free retiree TollTags: Offsetting the burden of Chisholm Trail Parkway

| |Tuesday, Jan. 14, 2014

Tarrant County officials have agreed to offset the financial burden of Chisholm Trail Parkway - a proposed 28-mile toll road - by providing free TollTags for up to 400 retirees.

I-35W bridge work in north Fort Worth rescheduled

|Friday, Jan. 10, 2014

Weather delayed previously scheduled lane closures for Interstate 35W at the Decatur cutoff. Work is now planned for Monday and Tuesday nights.

Beware nighttime closure of some I-35W lanes

| |Tuesday, Jan. 07, 2014

Southbound lanes of the North Freeway will close Wednesday and Thursday night, weather permitting, for bridge work.

Tower 55 railroad project on track to end in September

| |Thursday, Jan. 09, 2014

New tracks, bridges and other improvements near downtown Fort Worth are part of a $104 million project to relieve rail congestion.

Arlington plans project briefing on Great Southwest Parkway

| |Tuesday, Jan. 07, 2014

The project is designed to make it easier for trucks to access businesses along the road.

New T board deals with same challenges building TEX Rail

| |Saturday, Jan. 04, 2014

Supporters of a proposed TEX Rail commuter line say they’re still optimistic they can get trains running from Fort Worth to Grapevine by 2017 — or shortly thereafter.