Posted on · On Friday's show: We discuss what efforts and measures could successfully reduce the number of traffic fatalies on Texas roads.
Posted on · To address the region’s high rate of traffic crashes, the Houston-Galveston Area Council is launching its first-ever public safety campaign.
Posted on · A group of pediatricians says it will keep working to strengthen Texas laws on child safety seats. This comes after the governor vetoed regulations for child passengers under the age of two.
Posted on · They've teamed up with a national organization to ask people to drive under the speed limit.
Posted on · The initiative is adding about 19 miles of new bike lanes. Many are in underserved communities where people rely on their bikes for work and errands.
Posted on · Pedestrians in Houston’s Gulfton neighborhood face issues like broken sidewalks and a lack of safe crosswalks.
Posted on · The initiatives include the hiring of a Safe Streets Coordinator, along with enhanced traffic enforcement and a public safety campaign.
Posted on · There were also two drunk driving fatalities with one resulting in a murder charge.
Posted on · It’s been 18 years since Texas has had a day without a traffic fatality somewhere in the state.
Posted on · Millions of dollars in transportation projects are now moving forward in Houston and around the state. Two top transportation officials said safety is a major concern.
Posted on · We could see a bill in the next legislative session banning red light cameras in Texas. But some local leaders say they’re a valuable tool that keeps the roads safe.
Posted on · Figures from TxDOT show that Harris County leads the state in the number of fatality crashes.
Posted on · Houston remains one of the top cities where a pedestrian is likely to get hit and many of those crashes happen when a vehicle is making a turn. Experts say road design is a big factor but there's also driver behavior.
Posted on · Activists held a protest at the intersection where the longtime Montrose resident was hit. They're appealing for more traffic enforcement and driver awareness.
Posted on · Statistics show a rising number of speed-related crashes in the Houston region. Experts say the way we build roads may have something to do with it