Posted on · Money from a federal disaster recovery grant will help rebuild two major streets.
Posted on · Some people are still out of their homes after the May floods on the Brazos River. But a free bus service is helping them get around while they work to recover.
Posted on · Metro says it’s now looking for money to build a rail project that’s been discussed for years.
Posted on · Federal officials are saying “no thanks” to getting involved in a proposed, high-speed rail line between Houston and Dallas. That means the state will have to make some big decisions on how that project goes forward.
Posted on · The City of Houston is working on a plan to make it easier to park downtown. Officials say the goal is to keep traffic flowing while drivers look for a spot.
Posted on · A waterway near the Heights could have a much different look in the future. Engineers will study whether White Oak Bayou can go back to a more natural state while still providing flood control.
Posted on · AAA study says many road rage incidents escalate into roadside confrontations.
Posted on · Commuters are in for some big changes as the Hardy converts to all-electronic tolling. Officials say they want to increase safety and keep traffic moving.
Posted on · Living in an outlying area in Harris County without reliable transportation is a challenge. But one organization is trying to fill the gap for people without a vehicle who need to get around.
Posted on · TxDOT is building new ramps to alleviate traffic backups.
Posted on · Much of the money will be used to fix a troublesome area that’s prone to flooding even when there isn’t a storm.
Posted on · The Harris County Toll Road Authority has a new website where commuters can pay delinquent tolls.
Posted on · Metro’s East End light rail line opened a year ago, but trains still can’t get to their final destination. That’s because they haven’t been able to get over a busy freight rail track.
Posted on · The only part of the State Highway 249 Tollway that’s now open is near Tomball, and the eventual plan is to extend it all the way to Bryan-College Station. But there’s a lot of controversy about a 10-mile segment TxDOT wants to build near Navasota.
Posted on · The midday buses would run between downtown and southwest Houston. The transit agency says it's getting lots of requests for commuter service outside the traditional morning and afternoon drive times.