Every year, Texas' growing population makes traffic a bit more unbearable.
Are the One-Way Streets in Our City Centers Killing Neighborhoods, Causing Crime, and Depressing Property Values?
And could converting streets to two-way revitalize blighted sections of Texan inner cities, especially Houston’s still-moribund downtown?
Most of the Worst Highways For Traffic in Texas Are in Houston, But Dallas and Austin Shouldn’t Feel Too Left Out
Enjoy cruising freely, San Antonio.
Infographic illustration by Luke Shuman. Click to enlarge.When the INRIX company released its annual list of America’s most congested cities, the big news for Texans was that for the second year in a row, Austin was ranked the fourth-most-congested city in America—up from sixth two
I mean, yeah, we've all wanted to magically zip through stalled traffic at 100mph, but that doesn't mean we'd actually do it.
Two questions for Ginger Goodin, of the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
Startling images of the 140-vehicle pileup on Interstate 10 west of Beaumont on Thanksgiving Day.
Which rush hour thoroughfares in Dallas, Houston, and Austin cracked the upper reaches of the Daily Beast's third annual "Highways From Hell" survey?
Help! I’m a prisoner on the freeway and can’t get off.
Austin is trading old houses for new offices. The City Council calls it progress.