Tag: Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT)
The Brownsville Public Utilities Board waterline replacement project that’s been affecting traffic flow on Boca Chica Boulevard/S.H. 4 since November is about to enter its final phase.
HARLINGEN — After about seven years of planning, the multi-million-dollar project to build the city’s first public transit center is hitting a big snag.
A local figure has been tapped to oversee the transportation policy for the state.
The Texas Department of Transportation is planning for its Connecting Texas 2050 plan and is seeking the public’s input on recommendations for the state’s long-range transportation plan.
SAN BENITO — Rows of political signs are stretching across much of the city amid concerns some candidates’ signs are posing safety hazards as some of the hottest city and school elections in years close in.
With Spring Break slated to begin next week, the Texas Department of Transportation has announced that maintenance work on the Queen Isabella Memorial Causeway has been completed.
Walker Smith, director of The Port of Harlingen Authority, was appointed a member to Port Authority Advisory Committee (PAAC) during TxDOT’s Feb. 23 regular commission meeting.
SOUTH PADRE ISLAND — Call it the pelican briefing.
The Pharr interchange project reached a milestone Wednesday, Feb. 1, after completing the final column for the Edinburg to Harlingen direct connector, state transportation officials said on Facebook.
Brownsville Public Utilities Board has announced the closing of one lane on Highway 77/83 from FM 802 to Pablo Kisel Boulevard to repair lights on the portion of the expressway.