All I-35 lanes have reopened in San Marcos following a downed telecommunication line.
Texas DPS is offering tips to drivers to help keep roads safe for students and staff as the new school year begins for districts across the state.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety on Tuesday looked at data from Oregon, Washington and California, states with broad prohibitions on cell phone use in cars.
Union Pacific is conducting work to secure the underside of the bridge and stop debris from falling onto the road. The work is scheduled to last three days.
Austin Transportation reported the intersection had reopened just before 6 p.m.
Crossing guards earn $15 per hour and work 2.5 hours per weekday as part of the city's Safe Routes to School Crossing Guard Program.
The northbound I-35 to northbound US 183 flyover will be temporarily closed for a week.
The Texas Department of Transportation is trying a new strategy in its latest campaign to grab the attention of drivers and pedestrians.
A crash between a semi-truck and a car early this morning closed I-35 at FM 1825.
The northbound I-35 to northbound US 183 flyover will be closed starting at 9 p.m. on Sunday, July 31 through Sunday, August 7, weather permitting.
Austin Transportation has been working on safety improvements at dozens of high-crash intersections as part of the Vision Zero program to eliminate serious injures and fatalities on Austin roads.
ATCEMS responded to an auto-pedestrian crash just before 2 a.m. on E. Riverside Drive near Lady Bird Lake.
Twenty-one vehicles crashed and Montana Highway Patrol said authorities believe the weather is to blame.
It's wild kingdom in Houston! The other day it was a cow seeking shelter on a Houston lawn from the heat. Now, it's a different kind of animal spotted running near a Houston highway!
A Texas man, not his 13-year-old son, was driving the pickup truck that crossed into the oncoming lane and struck a van carrying New Mexico college golfers, killing nine people, and he had methamphetamine in his system, investigators said.
Viking Construction will be microsurfacing roads in the city of Kyle beginning Monday, July 18 and going through Tuesday, July 26.
Traffic is being diverted through subdivisions and shopping centers. Residents are being asked to avoid the area and to seek alternate routes, if possible.
The Austin City Council approved a more than $600,000 contract with Traffic Logix Corporation to add 25 more by the end of July.
Traffic camera video shows the mother attempting to stop the carjacking by getting on the hood of the car.
Two adults and three children were extricated from the vehicle and were evaluated, says ATCEMS.