Posted on While commuters in northwest Harris County are hoping for a quicker route, environmental groups say they still have some major concerns.
Posted on He says Emmett will touch on highlights of 2015, including the approval of a major transportation bond.
Posted on The Texas Transportation Commission is funding 14 projects to relieve congestion around the state's five largest cities, including Houston.
Posted on "Bus Bunching" is a common complaint for many transit riders. That's when buses get off-schedule and follow each other on the same route.
Posted on Two weeks ago, we brought you a report on why all of a sudden it seems so easy to fix Houston’s pothole problem and why Annise Parker didn’t do it. Today, we have some more answers – from the former mayor herself.
Posted on Are Houston’s lowrider and graffiti scenes gaining more “street cred” as art forms?
Posted on Metro is looking at revising the construction schedule for its Hughes Street overpass. It was supposed to be finished this spring but work could go on for at least another couple of months.
Posted on Do you live or work in The Woodlands, Conroe, Shenandoah, or Oak Ridge North area? If so, how do you cope with the traffic congestion?
Posted on State transportation officials are hearing from local leaders on what needs to be done to ease big-city traffic jams. They're gathering input as TxDOT prepares to distribute funds.
Posted on Metro says it's responding to customer demand after its redesign of the city's bus network.
Posted on If you're traveling to downtown Houston, you may need to find another route because of a big construction project.
Posted on Metro has enlisted volunteers to test a new mobile ticketing app.
Posted on Thirty-three East Texas officials, including 11 from the Legislature, signed a letter to Japanese Ambassador Kenichiro Sasae opposing a private firm's proposed high-speed rail that has strong ties to a Japanese company.
Posted on The public transit agency's goal is to reduce overcrowding on some routes. Easier transfers and more smart phone technology are also on the horizon.
Posted on If you're driving around Houston this weekend you'll need to carefully plan your route. The Texans playoff game isn't the only thing affecting the roads.