TxDOT says since Nov. 7, 2000, at least one person has died on Texas roadways every single day. That's 66-thousand deaths, and many of them could have been prevented. There are at least five things we can do to bring this horrible streak to an end.
Runners can do their best to make safe choices crossing the road and staying to the right, but there comes a point when we have to forge ahead and trust East Texas drivers not to hit us. Maybe we shouldn't.
When we head out on an awesome summer vacation, the last thing we want to worry about is getting in a nasty wreck. Texas has some crazy traffic, and there's one road in particular where drivers experience the most crashes. Here's the big heads up. And while we're at it, we'l…
If you don't need to get out today, stay home. It's your best option today, unless you want to take a chance and possibly have to end up calling your insurance agent! East Texas roads are still treacherous.
Everything awesome usually debuts in Europe first (except for football, Buffalo wings and Kate Upton). The latest innovation that Europeans will have long before Americans: glow-in-the-dark roads, which will debut in The Netherlands in mid-2013.
The Texas Department of Transportation reports a number of roadways in East Texas remain flooded from Tuesday’s heavy rains. Travel is discouraged on each of the listed roadways, and not allowed on roadways listed as closed: