Workers install signs at the end of the $2.5 billion makeover of North Tarrant Express in September. Two bills that would take some of the money raised from sales taxes on cars and dedicate it to building and fixing state highways passed the Texas Senate on Wednesday.
Workers install signs at the end of the $2.5 billion makeover of North Tarrant Express in September. Two bills that would take some of the money raised from sales taxes on cars and dedicate it to building and fixing state highways passed the Texas Senate on Wednesday. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives
Workers install signs at the end of the $2.5 billion makeover of North Tarrant Express in September. Two bills that would take some of the money raised from sales taxes on cars and dedicate it to building and fixing state highways passed the Texas Senate on Wednesday. Paul Moseley Star-Telegram archives