• November 28, 2021

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With Money Tight, Texas Budget Writers Eyeing Billions Approved by

More than a year after Texas voters approved routing billions in state sales taxes to roads and bridges, some lawmakers are questioning whether the first payment of $5 billion should move forward as planned. Texans voted in 2015 to boost funding for state’s public roadways and bridges, which have strained under the state’s growing population. Proposition […]Read More

Go10 Reminds Motorists of Upcoming Project Closures for Week of

As construction continues on the city’s westside, officials with the Go-10 project remind motorists about the times, dates and closures related to the construction. I-10 @ Mesa – Continuous for 6 weeks The following closures started on Jan.18 and will continue until 4 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 24: The right turn-only lane on eastbound North Mesa […]Read More

Go10 Announces Road Construction Closures for this Week

As work continues on I-10 on the city’s westside, several detours and closures will be in place this coming week.  As always, all closures are subject to change, The latest information is posted on the traffic alerts page and on Twitter. I-10 East Daytime Monday, Jan. 9 through Friday, Jan. 12 | 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each […]Read More

TxDoT Begins Pretreatment of Roads ahead of Weekend Weather

Officials with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDoT) announced Thursday that work crews have started preparing local roads for the expected bad weather this weekend. With temperatures expected to be around freezing both Friday and Saturday nights, and the forecast calling for rain, TxDoT Crews started work on both the IH 10 and 62/180 corridors. […]Read More

Maps: Go10 Projects upcoming for Week of November 27th

The Texas Department of Transportation has again announce their upcoming work schedule starting Sunday, November 27th.  The information below, as well as the maps for detours are courtesy GO10. I-10 East & West – Overnight Sunday, Nov. 27 through Thursday, Dec. 1 9 p.m. each night to 5 a.m. each morning A left lane on I-10 […]Read More

TxDoT Plans I-10 Work for Thanksgiving Week

Texas Department of Transportation (TxDoT) crews will be busy during the run-up to Thanksgiving this week. Make sure you give them plenty of room, and remember to slow down in work zones. I-10 East & West Overnight Sunday, Nov. 20 through Tuesday, Nov. 22 9 p.m. each night to 5 a.m. each morning A left […]Read More

TxDOT and Local Partners Launch “Traffic Jam” Initiative

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is spearheading a Traffic Jam Initiative designed to offer drivers relief during traffic jams while helping businesses along congested roadways earn more customers. The initiative is an effort to increase traffic to local businesses while decreasing traffic on major roadways. Drivers benefit because they will be able to take […]Read More

Analysis: Government is Expensive, No Matter How You Pay

Cutting prices can be expensive. The Texas Department of Transportation offered upthe most recent example of that, answering the Legislature’s question about what it would take to make the state’s toll roads free. Turns out it would be pretty damned pricey. The state borrowed $21.1 billion to build those roads (some construction is still underway) […]Read More

TxDoT meeting set for Jan 21st; Fate of Lincoln Center

The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDoT) announced Monday that they will conduct a Public Meeting on Thursday, January 21st on proposed connectors between I-10, US54, Loop375 and State Road 1-110, but all eyes will be on the future of the Lincoln Center. The former school, built one hundred years ago, has ping-ponged between owners and fates […]Read More

TxDoT warns of hazardous driving conditions in El Paso and

Hazardous driving conditions continue across the El Paso District which includes Brewster, Culberson, El Paso, Hudspeth, Jeff Davis and Presidio Counties. “The safety of the traveling public is a TxDOT priority, and we respond to snow and ice situations as quickly as possible,” said Bob Bielek, El Paso District Engineer. “Our maintenance crews work around […]Read More

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