Posted on: November 18, 2017

In The News: Taking a Toll on Texans' Wallets

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Angela Dean spends at least $200 a month to cover after-school care for her 5-year-old son.  Getting back and forth to work - and making sure she picks him up in time - costs another $200 just in tolls.

Source:  The Eagle, 11/18/2017

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Posted on: September 19, 2017

In The News: Symposium Brings Experts to Texas A&M to Discuss Infrastructure Issues

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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...

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Posted on: September 19, 2017

In The News: House Committee Chair Says US Must Explore All Options to Improve Infrastructure

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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...

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Posted on: September 9, 2017

In The News: Bryan-College Station Prepares for Game Day Traffic

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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...

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Posted on: September 7, 2017

In The News: B-CS MPO Approves Interstate 14 Resolution

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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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Posted on: September 7, 2017

In The News: Aggie Road Hymn

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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...

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Posted on: September 7, 2017

In The News: Plans Moving Forward to Bring Interstate 14 to Brazos Valley

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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

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Posted on: August 24, 2017

In The News: Project Looks to Bring Autonomous Shuttles to Texas A&M Campus

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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...

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Posted on: August 17, 2017

In The News: Connected Technology

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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...

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Posted on: August 16, 2017

In The News: Bumper to Bumper

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Texas A&M students will soon return for the fall semester -- and with them, traffic concerns.

Source:  The Eagle, 8/06/2017

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Posted on: June 27, 2017

In The News: Revised Bryan-College Station Road Plan Approved; will bypass G.I. Museum

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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

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Posted on: June 27, 2017

In The News: 2050 Thoroughfare Plan approved by MPO

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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

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Posted on: June 27, 2017

In the News: UPDATE: Final Action Taken on B/CS MPO Highway Plan

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The MPO’s policy board voted to adopt the 2050 highway plan Monday with one change.

Source:  WTAW, 6/26/2017

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