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The amount of money coming from the state and federal government for road construction is shrinking.
And a big chunk of the state’s gas tax that most of us expect to pay for roads is actually paying for other things.
In the world of make believe you gas up and go. In real life traffic, construction and toll roads are the reality.
Drivers such as Angie Fitzgerald are tired of paying the price.
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Thursday, February 8, 2018 | 1:00 p.m.
Transportation Council Room
NCTCOG, 616 Six Flags Drive, Arlington, TX
The Dallas-Fort Worth area has been ranked the 10th most congested city in the U.S., but that’s an improvement from 2016, an INRIX survey released Monday says.
The transportation analytics firm says Dallas-Fort Worth drivers spent an average of 54 hours sitting in traffic jams in 2017.
The report shows traffic is improving. In 2016, drivers spent 59.4 hours in DFW traffic.
That could be attributed to the new TEXpress Lanes on Interstate 35E from Denton to Dallas. The Dallas Horseshoe project where I-30 and I-35 meet opened last summer.
That cost of 2017 congestion equaled to $1,674 per driver, which includes the cost of time, wear and tear on the roads, fuel costs and the social cost of emissions, the report says.
How does all this compare with L.A.?
Drivers in the City of Angels spent 102 hours sitting in traffic congestion and cost $2,828 per driver. L.A. is the world’s most congested city, the report says.
Dallas-Fort Worth also improved its global rank. It’s the world’s 28th most congested city compared to being ranked 16 in 2016, the report says.
How traffic in Texas cities rank against all global cities:
Dallas – 28
Houston – 37
Austin – 72
San Antonio – 297
McAllen – 663
Top congested American cities:
New York City
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If you fight traffic on I-20, 820 and U.S. 287 in southeast Tarrant County, read this
Read more here: http://www.star-telegram.com/news/local/community/arlington/article197868594.html#storylink=cpy
One of the ways the public can support TRTC efforts is by attending the coalition’s monthly meetings. The TRTC meets at 8:30 a.m. on the first Wednesday of each month in the Intermodal Transportation Center at 1001 Jones Street in downtown Fort Worth (see map). Approximately 130 civic, business and government leaders attend the monthly meetings
Citizens are also welcome to attend public meetings of the Regional Transportation Council and its staff. The RTC is staffed by the Transportation Department of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, and information about RTC efforts can be viewed here.
For general TRTC information, perspectives on key transportation and air quality issues affecting the western half of the Metroplex or for more information about TRTC membership, please contact:
TRTC Executive Director
The car radio is playing something loud and twangy. It’s late summer, so bugs are peppering your windshield like dollops of rain as you speed comfortably in the wide, smooth lanes. And then you realize you just missed your dang exit.
Relax, partner—you’re in Texas. Just take the next one, and stay to the left as the off ramp descends towards the intersection. Follow the signage that leads you into the U-turn lane—a curving bypass that traces the underpass’ embankment. Without stoplights, cross traffic, or stress, you about-face to the other side of the highway and head back to where you’re going.
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TxDOT will be hosting a public meeting on Thursday, January 25th from 6 pm – 8 pm at the Senior Recreation Center at New York Avenue located at 1815 New York Ave., Arlington, TX 76010. The purpose of the meeting is to gather public input on the proposed pedestrian enhancements along Spur 303 (Pioneer Parkway) in the City of Arlington, TX. The meeting will be an open house format so the public may come and go at their convenience, and staff will be available to answer questions.
Please see link for more information.
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