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TxDot Launches New Safe Driving Campaign

 

The Texas Department of Transportation is launching a new campaign called "Drive to Conditions".  The effort is hoping to help drivers adapt to changing and varied road conditions.

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TxDot Lane Closures And Roadwork This Week In Amarillo

The Texas Department of Transportation is planning on roadwork this week in several locations around Amarillo.

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Police 'Operation Slab' Seize Methamphetamine And Weapons In Auckland
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TxDot Seize Meth, Heroin And More During I-40 Traffic Stop

Saturday a routine traffic stop on I-40 turned into a massive haul of illegal substances and more.

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San Bernardino, CA Files For Bankruptcy Protection
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TxDot’s ‘Turn Back’ Proposal Not Popular With Amarillo Or Randall County

A new TxDot program has some Amarilloans worried that higher taxes will be the result.

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YNN Photos @ Flickr
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Here Are A Few Road Closures For the City Of Amarillo This Week

Her are a few road closures around the city that you may want to avoid while running errands this week.

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bfenwick @ Flickr
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TxDOT Needs Ways To Fund Our Highway System

TxDOT officials in January had agreed that the agency needs an additional $4 billion a year to maintain current traffic levels. Texas has increasingly relied on debt financing and tolls to expand the highway system.

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Department Of Transportation Warns Of Aging U.S. Infrastructure System
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New Law Aims To Keep TxDot Workers Safer

A recently passed law hopes to make working on the job less dangerous for TxDot workers.

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Transportation Sec'y LaHood Promotes "Click It or Ticket" Seatbelt Campaign
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Click it or Ticket Campaign In Texas Kicks Off

TxDot has kicked off their 12th annual 'Click it or Ticket' campaign.

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TxDot Working This Week, Here Are The Lane Closures In Amarillo

The weather is looking good and that means TxDot is getting several projects underway.  Here are the areas to avoid.

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Midwest Hammered By Second Major Snowstorm
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The February Blizzard In Amarillo Cost The Area Over $1.5 Million

The great blizzard of 2013, the one that hit us on February 25th was not just troublesome, it was also rather costly.

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