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Streamlining the regulatory process, encouraging innovation and making sure the public understands the importance of a given project must be priorities if the U.S. is going to try to resolve its infrastructure problems, accor...
As the conversation around U.S. infrastructure increasingly turns to the dire need for new and innovative methods, leaders from across the nation gathered Monday at Texas A&M to discuss creating more efficient and cost-ef...
As Bryan-College Station prepares for the first Aggie Football game day of the 2017 season, local traffic officials said they will be working to prioritize the well-being of pedestrians and getting people to and from Kyle Fie...
The Bryan College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization unanimously passed a resolution Wednesday in support of the Interstate 14 Corridor in the Brazos Valley.
Source: The Eagle, 9/7/2017
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A new tradition? Hullabaloo rumble strips get permanent home on George Bush Drive.
There are several local iconic landmarks that have special significance to Aggies -- Kyle Field, the Memorial Student Center and The Dixie Chi...
On Wednesday the Bryan-College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization and Brazos Valley Council of Governments teamed up for a resolution supporting the new Interstate 14..
Source: KBTX, 9/07/2017
About 100 students and families passing by Kyle Field for Howdy Week have taken a ride on a self-driving vehicle prototype that has whisked passengers toward the Memorial Student Center, along sidewalks and around in a circle...
As automotive technology continues to advance and vehicles become increasingly connected, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute is among a group of institutions developing technology to create more efficient identificati...
Texas A&M students will soon return for the fall semester -- and with them, traffic concerns.
Source: The Eagle, 8/06/2017
After 11 public meetings, more than 2,000 comments and four rounds of revisions, on Monday the Bryan-College Station Metropolitan Organization’s 2050 Thoroughfare Concept was adopted unanimously by its policy board.
Source: The Eagle, 6/27/2017
The Bryan College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) unanimously approved its own 2050 Thoroughfare Plan Monday at a public hearing.
Source: KBTX, 6/26/2017
The MPO’s policy board voted to adopt the 2050 highway plan Monday with one change.
Source: WTAW, 6/26/2017
By 2050, Brazos County is expected to double in population and talks about how roadways will change in response to the population growth are already in the planning stages.
Source: KAGS, 6/09/2017
The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization will have a public meeting to discuss the Draft 2050 Major Thoroughfare Concept plan from 5 to 7 p.m. Monday at the Brazos Center. Source: The Eagle, 5/12/2017
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Public feedback is credited with changing long-range highway plans in and around the twin cities.
Source: WTAW, 3/07/2017
Residents from a number of neighborhoods around Bryan and College Station showed up Monday night at the Brazos Center for the unveiling of a new map detailing the county’s future thoroughfare concept.
Source: KBTX-TV, 3/06/2017
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Plans to expand Highway 6 are starting to take shape. The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization wants to widen the highway from four lanes to six.
Source: KBTX-TV, 3/02/2017
If you’ve ever been on 2818 during rush hour, you know the frustration.
Concept maps for what Brazos County’s roadway network could look like in 2050 have so far gotten mixed reviews from residents as officials gather public comments that will be considered when drafting a final plan.
Source: The Eagle, 1/25/2017
Brazos County could double in population by 2050. The Bryan/College Station Metropolitan Planning Organization is working to figure out the best way for the roads you drive to handle the growth.
Source: KBTX-TV, 10/20/2016
AUSTIN – Effective Sept. 1, texting while driving will be illegal across the state of Texas as the result of a new texting-while-driving ban passed during the 85th Texas Legislative Session. The law prohibits motorists from reading, writing or s...