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H-GAC Announces the Gulf Coast Regional Tow and Go™ Program

Jul 9th, 2018


July 9, 2018 - - Contact: - Kim Padgett / 713.588.4130 / kim@thepadgettgroup.com - - H-GAC Announces the Gulf Coast Regional Tow and Go™ Program - - HOUSTON – The Houston-Galveston Area Council (H-GAC) announced today the launch of the Gulf Coast Regional Tow and Go™ Program, which provides no-cost towing for vehicles that break down from mechanical failure while traveling within the City of Houston on freeways with camera coverage. - - The regional quick clearance progr ...   more

Houston TranStar: Stay Safe in Your Vehicle

Feb 6th, 2018


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Dinah Massie - Feb. 6, 2018 713-881-3000 - - Houston TranStar Cautions Motorists: When Stranded, Stay in Your Car - - A flat on the freeway, icy overpasses, extreme temperatures that overheat your engine, or a fender bender that causes you to pull to the side of the road: Possibilities for unexpected roadway incidents are as many as parts of a car. However, if you find yourself stranded on Houston-area roadways, you can plan to stay ...   more

   2018-02-06 Stay Safe in Your Vehicle.pdf

Website Records Shatter Hurricane Ike's

Sep 20th, 2017


MEDIA RELEASE - - September 20, 2017 - Contact: - - Dinah Massie - 713-881-3311 - - - Hurricane Harvey Activity Smashes Website’s Previous Records - Houston TranStar’s Website was ‘hardened’ in advance to prevent crashes, keep going - - Houston TranStar’s website, www.houstontranstar.org, proved itself a trusted, reliable information resource for travel conditions as Hurricane Harvey bore down, dumped some 50 inches of rain, and finally moved on, leaving the region l ...   more

   2017 Hurricane Harvey Web Stats Media Release.docx

West Harris County Upcoming Road Openings

Sep 11th, 2017


H A R R I S C O U N T Y - Transportation and Planning Division - - For Immediate Release - - HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS—Harris County Transportation and Planning Division would like to inform commuters that there are projected opening dates for roads that have been closed as a result of substantial flooding within the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs. Projected Road Openings* - Addicks Reservoir: - Clay Road including North Eldridge Parkway north of Clay Road/September 15 Nor ...   more

   Harris County_Projected Road Openings_Addicks Barker Reservoirs 09-11-17.pdf

West Harris County Upcoming Road Openings

Sep 11th, 2017


H A R R I S C O U N T Y - Transportation and Planning Division - - For Immediate Release - - HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS—Harris County Transportation and Planning Division would like to inform commuters that there are projected opening dates for roads that have been closed as a result of substantial flooding within the Addicks and Barker Reservoirs. Projected Road Openings* - Addicks Reservoir: - Clay Road including North Eldridge Parkway north of Clay Road/September 15 Nor ...   more

   Harris County_Projected Road Openings_Addicks Barker Reservoirs 09-11-17.pdf

Harris County Signal Status; Officials Urge Caution at Flashing Lights

Sep 4th, 2017


H A R R I S C O U N T Y Transportation and Planning-Traffic Signal Maintenance - For Immediate Release - HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS—Since Hurricane Harvey, the Harris County Traffic Signal Maintenance teams have been working to bring full restoration to all damaged Harris County-operated traffic signals. Harris County is committed to keeping commuters safe and informed about our signal restoration efforts. - - As of Monday afternoon, we estimate that approximately 96% of the 900 ...   more

   Harris County Traffic Signal Restoration Update_09.04.17.pdf

County Officials Warn of Traffic Delays, Advise Planning, Caution and Patience

Sep 4th, 2017


H A R R I S C O U N T Y Transportation and Planning-Traffic Signal Maintenance - For Immediate Release - HARRIS COUNTY, TEXAS—Since Hurricane Harvey, the Harris County Traffic Signal Maintenance teams have been working to bring full restoration to all damaged Harris County-operated traffic signals. Harris County is committed to keeping commuters safe and informed about our signal restoration efforts. - - Tuesday morning will bring the highest number of vehicles onto the Cou ...   more

   Harris County Traffic_ Addicks and Barker_09.04.17 (2) (2).pdf

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