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    In the News: Drivers Ed Group Ranks College Station Among Safest Texas Cities

    Using data provided by the Texas Department of Motor Vehicles, a drivers education company recently named College Station as the fifth safest city for driving in Texas. Source: The Eagle, 2/27/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Barron Road Receiving Improvements

    One of College Station's busiest roads is receiving some much-needed improvements. Around 14,000 cars travel Barron Road every day, and many of the intersections are not safe because of a lack of traffic lights. Source: KXXV-TV, 2/14/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Pedestrian Safety Urged Along University Drive

    Local transportation officials have worked in recent weeks to strongly encourage pedestrians to closely follow crossing rules at particularly busy intersections along University Drive in College Station. Source: The Eagle, 2/9/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Local Company Unveils New Form of Autonomous Transportation to Move Freight

    The Texas A&M transportation institute unveiled a new way Thursday to transport freight and hopefully that will ease up some of the congestion on the highway. Source: KBTX, 2/7/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Highway 6 Overhaul will change Exit Configuration to Texas Avenue

    Work to widen Highway 6 in Bryan/College Station should start in two years. A big part of that plan includes changes to a major intersection on Texas Avenue. TxDOT is working on design plans to reconfigure the exit. Source: KBTX-TV, 2/7/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Quieter 'Wayside Horn' Demonstrated at College Station Train Crossing

    Texas A&M University staff members, those with the city of College Station, engineering company representatives and the media were able to hear an example Wednesday of a lower-decibel wayside train horn. Source: The Eagle, 2/6/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Lower Decibel Train Horn to Dim Noise on Wellborn Road

    Good news for Texas A&M students and staff! Noise on Wellborn Road is about to get a bit quieter. Source: KXXV-TV, 2/6/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Future of Barron Road Includes more Traffic Signals, Widening

    More than 14,000 vehicles travel along Barron Road every day. City planners are looking at ways to improve the road now and for the future. Source: KBTX-TV, 2/6/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Scooter Company Hears Bryan Residents' Concerns at Town Hall

    Blue Duck Scooter officials led a discussion Tuesday with a few Bryan residents about concerns with the program and how the company plans to address certain issues. Source: The Eagle, 2/5/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Scooters on the Agenda

    It’s been nearly three months since Blue Duck Scooters flew into Bryan, and on Tuesday residents can voice their opinions about the program to company employees. Source: The Eagle, 2/2/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: County RMA Holds First Meeting

    The nascent Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority had its inaugural meeting Thursday morning inside the county administration building... Source: The Eagle, 1/31/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Regional Mobility Authority of Brazos County Kicks Off First Meeting

    The Regional Mobility Authority of Brazos County met for the first time on Thursday after being approved by the Texas Transportation Commission in 2019. Source: KBTX-TV, 1/302020 Read on...
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    In the News: Waymo Makes Long-Term Commitment to Drivers in Autonomous Cars

    As it pilots driverless rides, the company also acknowledges a need for human operators. Source: Bloomberg News, 1/13/2020 (reprinted in The Eagle, 1/19/2020) Read on...
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    In the News: Texas A&M Makes Changes to VeoRide Bike-Share Program

    VeoRide users are now required to remain on Texas A&M’s campus while using the bicycles and must lock the vehicles to a bike rack or face fines up to $75. Source: The Eagle, 1/8/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Bryan/College Station Awaits Interstate 14 Route Options

    The first interstate through the Brazos Valley continues to be on the drawing board. Source: The Eagle, 1/3/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: Safe 2 Save App Creator Urges Attentive Driving in 2020

    The local creator of a safe-driving phone application suggests a 2020 New Year’s resolution for Brazos Valley drivers that she believes can be made into a fun challenge: cellphone-free driving. Source: The Eagle, 1/1/2020 Read on...
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    In the News: AAA Texas Predicts Record Travel Season

    Saturday marked the start of what’s expected to be a record-breaking holiday travel season. AAA Texas projects that 9.3 million people across the state will be on the move between Dec. 21 and Jan. 1. Source: The Eagle, 12/22/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Brazos County RMA Board Gets Commissioner's Court Approval

    The Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority, a new entity that area lawmakers believe will help address local transportation challenges, now has its five-person board, following Commissioners Court approval... Source: The Eagle, 12/21/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Texas A&M VeoRide Bike-Share Contract May not be Renewed

    Email sent Friday cites 'increasing level' of improper use. Source: The Eagle, 12/08/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Autonomous Delivery in Suburban Houston

    The future of autonomous delivery may be unfolding in an unlikely place: Suburban Houston. Source: The Washington Post, 11/13/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Solutions Sought for Long Streak of Fatalities

    Someone has died on Texas roads every day for 19 years. Here's a look at some reasons why - and ideas for turning the tide. Source: The Texas Tribune, 11/08/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: The BCS MPO has a Plan for Traffic and They Need Your Opinion on It

    The BCS Metropolitan Planning Organization has developed a plan for transportation in the Bryan-College Station area. Source: KBTX-TV, 11/07/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Brazos County Construction Projects Will Lead to Lane Closures

    Construction projects will affect roads in Brazos County beginning the next week, leading to lane closures and potentially altering traffic patterns. Source: The Eagle, 10/12/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Census Outreach Training Offered for Bryan-College Station Residents

    Bryan-College Station residents can learn about the 2020 census and how to involve fellow community members in efforts to increase response rates at a training seminar next week. Source: The Eagle, 10/10/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TTI Showcases 'Mobile Test Lab' as Experts Discuss Industry Issues

    On the last day of the Texas Tribune Festival in Austin, the Texas A&M Transportation Institute had its “mobile test laboratory” parked on Congress Avenue, blocks away from the Capitol. Source: The Eagle, 9/29/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT and TTI Experts Encourage Practices to Ensure Pedestrian Safety

    The Texas Department of Transportation is continuing its year-long Be Safe, Drive Smart campaign with a push for pedestrian safety. Source: The Eagle, 9/20/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Bryan-College Station Officials Prepare for 2020 Census

    Bryan-College Station officials prepare for the 2020 Census. An accurate count is crucial for proper funding in the area. Source: The Eagle, 9/15/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Brazos County Commissioners Get Update on Impact of 2020 Census

    Brazos County is preparing for continued growth and the approaching 2020 census. Source: KBTX-TV, 9/10/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TTI Invites Public to Explore New Headquarters at RELLIS Campus

    Texas A&M Transportation Institute officials celebrated TTI’s new headquarters building — which put the organization’s five Brazos Valley locations under one roof — at a ribbon cutting at the RELLIS campus on Tuesday. Source: The Eagle, 9/05/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Construction to Close Democrat Road

    Starting Tuesday, construction work on Democrat Road in eastern Brazos County will force the road's closure at Texas 21. Source: The Eagle, 9/1/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: A&M Transportation Institute Offers Online Resources for Game Day Traffic

    A&M Transportation Institute Offers Online Resources for Game Day Traffic Source: KBTX-TV, 8/28/2019 Read on...
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    Open House for Raised Medians on FM 2347

    Open house for raised medians on FM 2347 from FM 2154 to Texas Avenue Source: TxDOT, 1/17/2020 Read on...
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    Overhead Signs Along State Highway 6

    NIGHTTIME WORK TO REPLACE OVERHEAD SIGNS ALONG SH 6 From 8pm until 6am in Brazos, Grimes, and Robertson Counties Source: TxDOT, 9/20/2019 Read on...
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    Construction of Turn Lanes Along US 190/SH6

    Beginning next week, the Texas Department of Transportation’s (TxDOT) contractor will begin construction of turn lanes along US 190/SH 6 between Hearne and Bryan. Source: TxDOT, 8/30/2019 Read on...