Several seniors have scholarships for college thanks to a Houston teacher who's giving his own money so they can achieve their dreams.
Webuild, based in Milan, will oversee heavy construction of the planned 236-mile (380-kilometer) project for developer Texas Central, the companies said in a news release.
Houston METRO is looking for bus drivers and mechanics and are offering some serious incentives. We hear from METRO Spokesperson, for Laura Whitley, for more details!
California’s DMV is reviewing whether Tesla is violating a state regulation by advertising its vehicles as being fully autonomous without meeting the legal definition of self-driving. The probe comes amid several high-profile crashes nationwide — including a fatal wreck in California — involving Autopilot in recent weeks.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County has announced that additional services will resume on Friday following the winter storm that impacted the Houston area.
More than 200 Houston METRO Transit workers have tested positive for COVID-19 since the start of November.
The U.S. government's road safety agency is investigating complaints that the Chevrolet Bolt electric vehicle can catch fire.
A new report shows that Texas ranks highest for the number of train collisions in the country.
METRO took precaution after Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner's and Harris County Judge Lina Hidalgo's requests that residents stay off the roads while Beta moves through the region.
Two Houston METRO officers have been accused of keeping a man restrained for a long time in the Houston heat, causing him severe burns.
Austin Transportation says that it is continuing to improve the ease of access to curb space for residents and visitors to quickly access services and business, making the City of Austin the first city in which drivers have the option to pay for parking directly within Google Maps.
Maybe you leased an expensive car before the crisis began, but you can't afford it anymore. Most leases will let you transfer the lease to someone else so that you don't have to keep paying it.
TxDOT says that on average, one motorcyclist dies in a crash on Texas roads every day.
The Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County announced Thursday that they will resume collecting fares starting on Sunday.
Those who tested positive included two bus operators, a First Transit contract driver for METROLift, and a fare inspector.
The recipients will use the awards to support transit operating, administrative and preventative maintenance costs during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Houston-area drivers are speeding significantly more during COVID-19 pandemic and officials say the problem is only getting worse.
METRO is working with public health officials so they can identify and notify any employees who may have been in close contact with the employee.
METRO will contact riders who were on that vehicle within 14 days of the time frame in which that contractor last worked.
A METRO bus operator and a METROLift dispatcher have tested positive for coronavirus.