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    In the News: Two College Station Streets will see Parking Changes

    Residents along Lancelot Circle and a portion of Langford Street will see some changes after the College Station City Council voted to remove parking from one side of each street. Source: The Eagle, 7/13/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Brazos Valley 2020: Where we're going, we'll still need roads

    It may not surprise you that Bryan/College Station is the most congested city in Texas that isn’t on an interstate. Source: KBTX-TV, 7/8/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT to Hold Public Hearing Thursday on Proposal to Widen Texas 21

    The Texas Department of Transportation is having a public hearing Thursday concerning its proposed project that would widen a 17.8-mile portion of Texas 21 near Madisonville... Source: The Eagle, 6/5/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: State Commission Approves Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority

    The Texas Transportation Commission gave formal approval for the creation of a Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority (RMA) midday Thursday in Austin following testimony... Source: The Eagle, 5/31/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: May is Seat Belt Safety Awareness Month

    TxDOT and area officials urge community members to wear seat belts. Source: The Eagle, 5/21/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: College Station Council Focuses on Cyclist Safety

    The College Station City Council heard a presentation of crash data and potential policies and programs to help create a safer environment for cyclists in the city at a workshop meeting Monday evening Source: The Eagle, 5/14/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Public Hearing Held for Proposed Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority

    The Texas Transportation Commission could decide before the end of this month whether to approve local leaders request to establish a county-wide transportation organization. Source: WTAW News Talk 1620, 5/08/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Public Offers Input on Proposed Regional Mobility Authority for Brazos County

    Following a successful review by the Texas Dept of Transportation, Brazos County’s petition to form a Regional Mobility Authority took another step forward Tuesday with a public hearing held to gather the community’s input. Source: The Eagle, 5/08/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Public Hearing Today for Proposed Brazos County Regional Mobility Authority

    Anyone with an interest in the proposed Brazos County regional mobility authority (RMA) can participate in a public hearing Tuesday at 5:30 p.m. at the TxDOT district office in north Bryan. Source: WTAW News Talk 1620, 5/07/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Some Traffic Changes Made for Gameday in Aggieland

    Football season will again open at Kyle Field on a Thursday, and some slight changes to the traffic management plan are expected this year. Source: The Eagle, 5/07/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Texas A&M, TTI Host Workshop Conference on Transportation

    About 200 transportation experts from Texas and across the country concluded their time at the fourth annual Texas A&M Transportation Technology Conference on Wednesday afternoon. Source: The Eagle, 5/02/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT Hosting Hearing on Rail

    The Texas Department of Transportation will host a public hearing this week on a proposed grade separation at the FM 50 and Union Pacific railroad crossing in Mumford. Source: The Eagle, 4/30/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: College Station City Council Approves Contract for Northgate Study

    The College Station City Council has approved a contract for a study of the Northgate District, where high-density growth has compounded safety and mobility concerns Source: The Eagle, 4/26/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Legislation Could Slow High-Speed Rail Project

    High-speed rail developers have been eyeing a 240-mile stretch of mostly rural land sandwiched between the urban hubs of Dallas and Houston for years. Their goal: buy it up and build America’s first bullet train. Source: The Eagle, 4/25/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Garage Spots Free at Century Square

    Century Square announced Wednesday the parking garage behind Star Cinema Grill now offers free parking year-round, including home Aggie gamedays. Source: The Eagle, 4/18/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Use of Shared Electric Scooters Surges, Overtaking Docked Bikes

    Love them or hate them, electric scooters are everywhere - zipping along city streets and littered on sidewalks, to the dismay of pedestrians and drivers who must share the road. Source: The Eagle, 4/18/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Council Supports Crow Memorial Parkway

    Raney's House bill would designate part of Texas Avenue in honor of Aggie football legend and his wife. Source: The Eagle, 4/14/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Five Month Closure for Arrington Road

    Brazos County officials announced Wednesday that Arrington Road in College Station will be closed for five months starting next week. Source: The Eagle, 4/11/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Texas High-Speed Rail Developer Doesn't Want State Money

    Texas high-speed rail developer doesn't want state money, but the Senate's state budget could still delay the project. Source: The Eagle, 4/04/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Aggie Engineers' Design for Flying Vehicle Taking Off

    Over the past year, Texas A&M aerospace engineering graduate students and their professor have created a design and a small scale prototype of a personal flying vehicle. Source: The Eagle, 4/03/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: House Committee Passes RMA Bill

    House Committee Passes RMA Bill Source: The Eagle, 3/30/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Council to Vote on Emergency Contract for Francis Drive

    The College Station City Council on Thursday will vote on an emergency contract to complete work on the Francis Drive rehabilitation project. Source: The Eagle, 3/26/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Town Hall Meeting to Discuss Palasota Drive Project

    A major construction project is set to begin along a busy Bryan road. Improvements will be made along Palasota Drive between Beck Street and West 28th Street. Source: KBTX-TV, 3/25/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Area Officials to Make Case for RMA

    A group of Brazos Valley officials are traveling to Austin today to testify at a hearing for a bill that would assist the county in creating a Regional Mobility Authority. Source: The Eagle, 3/20/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: One One Quarter of Construction on Francis Drive Project Completed

    About 25 percent of the work on the Francis Drive rehabilitation project, which began a little more than a year ago, was completed... Source: The Eagle, 3/14/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: SXSW: Texas A&M Experts Discuss Rural Health Concerns and Innovative Solutions

    Two Texas A&M-affiliated leaders were part of a panel of experts who explored rural health care challenges and innovations Tuesday afternoon at the annual South by Southwest festival. Source: The Eagle, 3/13/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Exploration Day at Kyle Field's Hall of Champions Spotlights Research

    More than 500 of Texas A&M's top donors ducked to avoid fast-moving volleyballs, served as assistants for an A&M chemist and waved from self-driving cars Thursday morning. Source: The Eagle, 3/01/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: State Representative Leman Files Four Bills Related to High-Speed Rail Oversight

    Former Grimes County judge has been critical of plans for the Dallas-to-Houston bullet train. Source: The Eagle, 2/27/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Council Supports Changes to Traffic

    The College Station City Council has given direction to move forward with a city policy that favors roundabouts over signalized intersections or four-way stops for collector and local streets. Source: The Eagle, 2/20/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Tauber Street Closed for Safety Upgrades

    The City of College Station announced on Wednesday that it has closed Tauber Street at University Drive for five weeks. Source: The Eagle, 2/14/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: MPO Asking for Project Requests

    Community members are being asked for their requests for future transportation projects in the Bryan-College Station metropolitan area. Source: The Eagle, 2/09/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Infrastucture Bill Faces Many Potholes in Months Ahread

    Infrastructure Bill Faces Many Potholes in Months Ahead Source: Kevin Freking, Associated Press (reprinted in The Eagle, 2/07/2019) Read on...
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    How Yellow Bikes Turned Out to be a Community Asset

    When Texas A&M ended its bike share contract with ofo in December, you thought you'd probably seen the last of those yellow bicycles. Source: Debbie Eller, Community Services Director, City of College Station Read on...
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    In the News: Five Reasons Why Autonomous Cars Aren't Coming Anytime Soon

    In the world of autonomous vehicles, Pittsburgh and Silicon Valley are bustling hubs of development and testing. Source: The Eagle, 2/05/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: TxDOT Kicks Off Texas Avenue Project

    The Texas Department of Transportation has begun a $2.5 million project to replace the asphalt on Texas Avenue in Bryan and College Station. Source: The Eagle, 2/05/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Bryan Considering e-Scooter Program

    Officials say initial deployment would be limited; College Station City Council requests update on rules. Source: The Eagle, 1/27/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: Cyclists Urge College Station City Council to Consider Safety Measures

    Following the death of Kenneth Spence earlier this month, nine local cyclists urged the College Station City Council on Thursday to consider measures to better protect them and promote safer biking throughout the city. Source: The Eagle, 1/25/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: VeoRide Grows to More than 7,000 Users at Texas A&M

    VeoRide recently entered into an agreement with Texas A&M to provide teal-colored rental bikes and will have over 2,500 bikes by month's end. Source: KBTX-TV, 1/24/2019 Read on...
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    In the News: B/CS MPO Accepting Public Comments on Amendment to Improvement Program

    The B/CS Metropolitan Planning Organization is accepting comments from the public on an amendment to its fiscal year 2019-2022 Transportation Improvement Program to include several major transportation projects. Source: The Eagle, 1/19/2019 Read on...
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    FM 2818 Public Hearing & Open House Widening

    The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT), as the lead agency, is conducting a public hearing to discuss proposed improvements on Tuesday, April 2, 2019. Source: TxDOT, 3/11/2019 Read on...