Monday, August 15, 2022 Aug 15, 2022
96° F Dallas, TX

Transportation

Latest

Image
Transportation

For Sale: 56-foot Oceangoing Sailboat. Must Take Delivery in East Dallas.

Jim Benge spent 21 years building the Whitmar. Now it's up for auction.
Image
Dallas History

The Fate of the Morney-Berry Farm Is Now Tied to the Texas Bullet Train

The Morney-Berry Farm has been in the same family since 1876. Descendants of the original owner have spent their lives protecting it. And now, a Texas Supreme Court ruling puts its future in jeopardy.
Image
Transportation

I-345 Debate: How Much Time Does the Evil Highway Really Save Us?

The Transportation Committee cares more about cars than it does people.
By Tim Rogers
Image
Transportation

Is Dallas Ready to Get Into a Driverless Uber?

A partnership with Aurora Innovation and Toyota North America could mean autonomous rideshare in DFW by 2024.
Bob Jordan Headshot
Business

The Education of Southwest Airlines CEO Bob Jordan

By his count, the new CEO has held 15 different jobs since joining the airline in 1988. Here are four lessons he can take into his new role as he navigates increasingly turbulent skies.
By Joseph Guinto

Latest

Image
Local News

TxDOT’s Official Recommendation for I-345: Don’t Remove It, Bury It

The state’s “preferred alternative” for the highway between downtown and Deep Ellum is to bury it below-grade, reconnecting the street grid by way of the existing streets. Outright removal appears doomed.
Image
Transportation

The New and Improved Santa Fe Trail Detour

Now with less chance of death!
By Tim Rogers
Image
Transportation

Automated Trucking Rolls Into North Texas

Kodiak Robotics and AllianceTexas are teaming up to bring the future of transportation to North Texas.
Image
Transportation

The Santa Fe Trail Detour Isn’t Safe

Are you up for playing real-life Frogger on Garland Road?
By Tim Rogers
Image
Transportation

Why Risk it? The Pros and Cons of BNSF’s Controversial Attendance Policy

A Texas judge ruled that the union didn't have a right to strike despite what the union calls a "draconian" policy.