The East Texas town has maintained a reliable bus route since 2016, providing a model for rural areas with limited transportation.
After stranding millions of passengers over Christmas last year, the Dallas-based carrier has spent many millions on fixes—yet it may still have more work to do.
The proposed construction project is intended to alleviate future traffic problems, but at what cost?
Stacy Brown of Arlington was just the character to reignite my love of muscle cars.
Don’t blame vaccines, but do blame the pandemic. And hope the airlines have fixed their problems by the busy Thanksgiving travel season.
It’s hard to grasp just how massive the Ever Given is. Fortunately, scale is something our state does well.
Rural Texans have long accepted that strips of their land might be acquired to build oil pipelines and highways. But the prospect of a high-speed rail line has sparked a whole different level of outrage.
Siena, Italy, crams 30,000 people into the amount of space occupied by a five-stack interchange in the Bayou City.
One of the Bayou City’s biggest immigrant gateways, southwest Houston, is a dangerous and daunting place for pedestrians.
Waymo’s Autonomous Trucks Are Rolling Into Texas—And Bringing a Debate About Jobs and Safety With Them
Coming soon to a Texas highway near you: self-driving semis.
A new report finds that, when transportation costs are factored in, Texas’s biggest metros aren’t the bargain they often claim to be.
A Houston man visits Austin and is mildly flummoxed by RM 2222.
The new rule uses geofencing technology to force vehicles on the college campus to slow down.
The railway and Marfa are forever intertwined.
A local lawsuit could spell big trouble.
The ubiquitous devices are transforming transportation—and sending a lot of people to the hospital.
Troy Aikman can finally get the plate of his dreams.
After Mercedes City Commissioners walked out of a meeting while a friend of a recently-killed cyclist spoke, more steps are needed.
What you should know about scooter rentals.
A new study suggests that there’s a new city topping the charts for getting stuck in traffic, and it’s in North Texas.
The company’s new service animal policy has been making headlines.
Texans are no strangers to long drives. Whether cruising from Mission to South Padre Island to spot great kiskadees, from Turkey to Lubbock while blasting Waylon Jennings, or catching the remote vistas from Marfa to Chinati Hot Springs, Texans often get to
The pilot program offers a look at how autonomous cars are likely to roll out across North Texas.
The company’s ”iSolve” system will allow flight attendants to deliver miles to inconvenienced customers before the plane even lands.
Transportation edged out electricity as the biggest source of carbon emissions last year in the United States.
What it takes to win the Truck of Texas crown.
Kids these days love Target. And... the Marriott?
Estimates claim 100,000 cars were flooded in Hurricane Harvey. Here’s how to avoid accidentally buying one.
Brian Lloyd flew his plane 28,000 miles along Earhart's intended course.
There are 77 stretches of highway in Texas with more than one fatality per square mile in a three-year period.
The technology is coming with a lot of questions.
As if people in airports needed more reason to stare at their phones.
The rough stretch for the airline that took over Houston-based Continental continues.
SH 130, with its 85 MPH speed limit, may finally be working—but it took the long way to get there.
Start your summer vacations early, if you can.
A little more than a year after the companies stormed out of the city in a huff, they’re returning to Austin after triumphing in the Legislature.
The attention from SXSW—and a new bill in the legislature—seek to address a problem that may not be broken.
The Department of Motor Vehicles has rejected 300 vanity license plates so far in 2017. Here are some of our favorites.
Houston, you have a problem.
It’s the definition of a public service.
A new start-up wants to use hyperloop technology to get you from San Antonio to Austin in just fifteen minutes.
An organized walk through Houston helps spark a conversation about making the city more pedestrian-friendly.
An organized walk through the city aims to highlight the difficulties of being a female walker in a major city.
Some frequently asked questions, and even a handful of answers.
What the battle over who writes regulations for Uber and Lyft in Austin tells us about the future of ridesharing and how much votes cost.
The rise of Rise, a private air-service start-up.
This shouldn’t take ten years, should it?
Being a pedestrian in Houston is challenging. It’s isolating. Sometimes it’s dangerous. Even more so when you’re a woman.
It probably won’t do for a daily commute, but those looking to get between the Metroplex’s anchor cities are on the verge of a new option.
The future of transportation took another step from science fiction to science fact.