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Dallas Morning News: Drivers in Dallas, across state pay price for aging highways

July 24, 2014, by

A study from a transportation nonprofit released Wednesday said aging roadways and continued traffic congestion cost drivers in the state more than $25.1 billion every year. Research group TRIP concludes that those conditions lead to vehicle maintenance costs, lost time, increased gas consumption and other expenses that annually cost the average North Texas driver $1,740. … Read more


Weatherford Democrat: A need for funds

July 18, 2014, by

After outlining current transportation projects ongoing in the East Parker County area, Riley told those at the East Parker County Chamber of Commerce luncheon that the state-wide issue on the Nov. 4 ballot could affect funding for local projects.   “It’s important that we support it. The board of directors has supported a resolution in … Read more


KDHN: Federal Highway Trust Fund problems may affect future TxDOT projects

July 18, 2014, by

The lack of permanent funding for the federal Highway Trust Fund could affect future road construction plans for the Texas Department of Transportation, a TxDOT spokeswoman said. “In order to continue to effectively work with our local partners and plan future projects that will improve safety, address congestion and help with our state’s economic prosperity, … Read more


KXXV: Dwindling highway fund could impact Texas roads

July 16, 2014, by

Congressman Bill Flores says, “We both know we’ve got a problem. The gasoline tax has been flat for over a decade and it’s not producing enough revenues to meet our highway construction needs.” That means the federal Highway Trust Fund is drying up.  Unless Congress extends funding by the end of this month, the Department … Read more


Amarillo Globe-News: Leaders push state infrastructure funding

July 14, 2014, by

  State Rep. Four Price, R-Amarillo, endorsed the amendment. “With millions more vehicle on our roadways, it’s incumbent that we address the challenges that that presents to us — the need for financing infrastructure that will support that growth — and I think Prop 1 is in line with that,” he said.   Read Full … Read more