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    In the News: Bill Would Extend I-14 Farther East Through Bryan-College Station

    Interstate is part of the 'Forts to Ports' plan and would stretch to Mississippi under the proposal. Source: The Eagle, 6/20/2018 Read on...
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    Texas Releases Statewide Automated Vehicle Procurement

    Texas Releases Statewide Automated Vehicle Procurement: Another Step Forward to Enable Automated Vehicle Development Source: Texas Innovation Alliance, 6/19/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Meeting Today for Public Input on East 29th Street Sidewalk Project

    The city of Bryan is looking for public input on a shared-use path project planned for East 29th Street. Plan includes path from Carter Creek Pwky to Autumn Cir and Burton Creek Pedestrian Bridge. Source: The Eagle, 6/19/2018 Read on...
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    Three-State I-14 Expansion Bill Introduced

    We have achieved another milestone on the journey to make I-14 and the Gulf Coast Strategic Highway System a reality connecting communities across three states. Here is the latest... Source: Gulf Coast Strategic Highway Coalition, 6/18/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Bryan Hosting Public Input Meeting for 29th Street Shared Path Project

    The City of Bryan hopes to hear from you about some big improvements they have planned for 29th Street. Source: KBTX, 6/18/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Repair Work Closing Part of Villa Maria

    A portion of East Villa Maria Road will be closed for about two weeks beginning Thursday. Source: The Eagle, 6/01/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Board Votes to Back Train

    Brazos County Commissioners Court passes a resolution to support high-speed rail. Catalena casts the lone dissenting vote and raises concerns shared by rural landowners. Source: The Eagle, 5/30/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: College Station explores closing parts of Boyett Street for pedestrian safety in North

    The city of College Station could soon be closing parts of Boyett Street during peak bar hours to help improve pedestrian safety in the busy Northgate district. Source: The Eagle, 5/25/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Wheel World Issues

    College Station City Council may consider bike-share regulations with Texas A&M program primed to expand. Source: The Eagle, 5/20/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: MPO wants Residents' Feedback on B-CS Congestion Levels

    MPO wants residents' feedback on Bryan-College Station congestion levels Source: The Eagle, 5/09/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Reducing Traffic Congestion Could Cost Residents Money

    The Metropolitan Planning Organization is working on ways to ease congestion, but they say it won't be cheap. Source: KBTX, 5/08/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Road Improvements Set to Begin

    TxDOT is making plans to boost the safety of Texas 21 and Texas 47 ahead of the school schedule. Source: The Eagle, 5/05/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Deadly Distractions

    TxDOT's 'Heads Up, Texas' campaign urges drivers to keep their eyes on the road. Source: The Eagle, 4/16/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Center of Attention, RELLIS Campus

    Texas A&M holds ribbon cutting for new infrastructure research facility at RELLIS Campus. Source: The Eagle, 4/12/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT seeks input on Active Transportation in Bryan-College Station

    As a resident of the Northgate District, Texas A&M student Barrett Ochoa enjoys having the option of easily walking or bicycling to work or class. Source: The Eagle, 4/10/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT and AT&T Join Forces to Combat Distracted Driving

    The Texas Department of Transportation has joined forces with AT&T in an effort to combat multitasking while behind the wheel as part of National Distracted Driving Month. Source: The Eagle, 4/08/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Buffered Bike Lanes added along Finfeather Road in Bryan

    The City of Bryan has added new buffered bike lanes along Finfeather Road as part of a safety improvement program. They have a partnership with the Texas Department of Transportation. Source: KBTX-TV, 4/06/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: William J. Bryan Parkway Options Unveiled at Public Workshop

    A public design workshop Thursday at First United Methodist Church in Bryan offered some early glimpses of potential plans to improve the William J. Bryan Parkway corridor. Source: The Eagle, 4/06/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Big Numbers for Bikes

    A&M Officials laud program despite a few early issues. Texas A&M's bike-share program logged nearly 20,000 miles and 25,000 trips in its first two weeks on campus. Source: The Eagle, 3/20/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Brazos County commissioners discuss possibility of creating Regional Mobile Authority

    Brazos County commissioners held a workshop Tuesday morning to discuss the possible creation of a Regional Mobile Authority to deal with traffic and transportation complications as the county continues to grow. Source: The Eagle, 3/14/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Rival Rail Company says Texas Central Train is 'Not Right for Texas'

    SNCF America, the U.S. branch of the French state-owned rail company, is calling the proposed high speed rail between Houston and Dallas "bad for Texas." Source: KBTX, 3/13/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Waymo's Self-Driving Trucks to Hit Road

    The race to control the future of self-driving trucking just got even more competitive. Source: The Washington Post (reprinted in The Eagle), 3/11/2018 Read on...
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    In the News: Sheriffs Express Safety Concersn Related to High-Speed Rail

    Area sheriffs gather at Grimes County courthouse to voice concerns related to proposed Dallas to Houston high-speed rail. Source: The Eagle, 2/28/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Mobility Freedom

    A&M Pairs with bike share company for no-commitment transportation option. Source: The Eagle, 2/28/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Driverless Vehicles Hit the Road in Texas

    The push towards autonomous vehicles is strong in the Lone Star State, home of the Texas AV Proving Grounds Partnership. Source: US News, 2/21/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Bryan to Pursue Quiet Zone

    Bryan Council agrees to move ahead with downtown quiet zone. Source: The Eagle, 2/15/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Consultants Unveil 'Outside the Box' Concepts for University Drive

    Bridges, underpasses and even park space between the Texas A&M campus and Northgate are among the concepts that consultants have come up with to improve pedestrian and bicycle connectivity and safety along University Drive. Source: The Eagle, 2/08/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Damaged Road Could Cost Brazos County $1.2M

    The repair of a road damaged by Hurricane Harvey could cost the county more than $1 million, Brazos County Judge Duane Peters said. Source: The Eagle, 2/04/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Dallas-Houston Bullet Train

    Plans revealed for high-speed rail's Grimes County passenger station. Plans call for shuttle service link station to A&M. Source: The Eagle, 1/19/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Setting a High Bar

    Ceremony celebrates final beam's placement at future A&M Transportation Institute Source: The Eagle, 1/19/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: TxDOT to Unveil Plan for TX 249 at January 25th Meeting

    The Texas Department of Transportation will unveil the undated plan for Texas 249 from F.M. 1774 to Texas 105 in Grimes County at an open-house format meeting on Jan. 25. Source: The Eagle, 1/14/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: City Project to Improve William J. Bryan Parkway Design

    Pedestrian, bicycle travel to be evaluated in overhaul. Source: The Eagle, 1/13/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Construction Temporarily Closes Sims Avenue in Bryan

    The city of Bryan will close Sims Avenue for waterline construction between West William Joel Bryan Parkway and West 27th Street beginning Tuesday. Source: The Eagle, 1/09/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Bryan City Project to Resume Soom

    Frontier Communications has started work to relocate its aerial utilities around CHI St. Joseph Hospital into underground conduits, a task that has stalled progress on a city intersection improvement project in the area. Source: The Eagle, 1/06/2018 Read on...
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    In The News: Major Road Work in College Station Starts Soon

    Construction at intersection of Greens Prairie and Arrington Roads to begin soon. Project will add new travel lanes, median improvements, traffic signal. Source: The Eagle, 1/03/2018 Read on...
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    TxDOT Launches 'Heads Up, Texas' Campaign to Curb Distracted-Driving Crashes

    TxDOT partners with AT&T It Can Wait to educate Texans on statewide law, dangers of distracted driving. Read on...
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    TxDOT Urges Drivers to Plan for a Sober Ride During Spring Break

    'Plan While You Can' campaign aims to reduce crashes, save lives. Read on...
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    Political Signs: Know Where to Put Them

    BRYAN DISTRICT– During campaign season, the landscape blooms with a special kind of flower-the political sign. Unlike wildflowers that are welcome anywhere, putting campaign signs on public land is illegal. Read on...