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Posted on: May 21, 2020

In the News: US Roadway Deaths Rose 14% in March

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The rate of fatal automobile crashes in the U.S. jumped dramatically in March, even though the number of miles driven plummeted due to coronavirus stay-home orders.

The National Safety Council said Wednesday that based on preliminary figures from states, t...

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Posted on: May 19, 2020

In the News: Roads to be Closed in College Station

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A section of southbound Arrington Road near William D. Fitch Parkway in College Station is closed while a large water line is repaired.

Work is expected to be completed by Thursday evening, according to a city press release.

Due to separate construction, pa...

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Posted on: May 1, 2020

In the News: Brazos Transit District to Receive $8.8M for Relief

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The Brazos Transit District will receive more than $8.8 million in coronavirus relief funding from the Federal Transit Administration as part of the CARES Act, Senator John Cornyn announced Thursday.

With this grant, the Brazos Transit District will suppor...

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Posted on: April 19, 2020

In the News: Closure Announced on Greens Prairie

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Part of Greens Prairie will be closed for construction beginning Monday, according to a city of College Station press release.

Greens Prairie Trail between Royder Road and Long Creek Lane will be closed for construction, and is expected to be open in July....

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Posted on: April 10, 2020

In the News: Input Sought on MPO Project Plan

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Area transportation planners are asking for the public’s input regarding a change to the 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Plan.

The plan, a list of proposed transportation projects to be developed with federal funds, is being amended to inclu...

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Posted on: April 8, 2020

In the News: State Lawmakers Ask Department of Transportation to Drop High-Speed Rail Project

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More than two dozen state lawmakers have signed a letter urging the U.S. Department of Transportation to end work related to a high-speed rail project that would pass through the Brazos Valley.

The letter, written by District 13 State. Rep. Ben Leman, says...

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