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General Information

Where can I get general information about agency goals and activities?
The Statewide Transportation Report explains how TxDOT works to meet goals in the Statewide Long Range Transportation Plan.
Can TxDOT provide a transportation policy overview?
Yes, the Educational Series overview for major transportation issues is available.
Can I get a transportation overview of the 83rd Legislative Session?
Yes, the 83rd Legislative Session overview is available.
How can I watch a Texas Transportation Commission meeting?
The Texas Transportation Commission is broadcast live each month.

Transportation Projects and Programs

How can I find out about active construction projects in a legislative district?
Project Tracker shows every active construction project in the state.
Can you tell me more about the County Transportation Infrastructure Fund Grant Program?
What are comprehensive development agreements (CDA)?
The Strategic Projects Division oversees procurement policies, right-of-way acquisition and support activities for public-private partnership agreements known as CDAs.

Funding and Budget

What is TxDOT's current budget?
TxDOT's budget infographic illustrates the distribution of the department's FY 2016-2017 budget.
How is TxDOT funded?
TxDOT's budget infographic illustrates the distribution of the department's FY 2016-2017 method of finance.
If Proposition 7 passes in November 2015, how will this funding affect TxDOT contract letting in later years?
TxDOT has projected estimates of future highway contract awards with and without Proposition 7 funding.


Where can I find the rules and regulations pertaining to railroad operations in Texas?
Where can I find information on a particular crossing, such as by DOT number, ownership, number of daily trains or other related railroad crossing information?
Infomation is available from the Federal Railroad Administration.
Where can I find information on the Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study?
Infomation on the Texas-Oklahoma Passenger Rail Study is available. 
What is the status of the high-speed rail study between Dallas and Fort Worth?

In Sept. 2014, the Federal Railroad Administration initiated the process of evaluating the possibility for a high-speed passenger rail line between Dallas and Fort Worth by publishing a Notice of Intent to prepare an environmental impact statement (EIS) for such a line. Submitted to the Federal Register, this document marks the beginning of the process that will study the feasibility and impacts, and gather public input, of the proposed passenger rail line.

The EIS will examine possible routes for the proposed high-speed passenger rail line while also taking into consideration the potential impacts these possible routes may have on the region’s communities, economy, open spaces, streams, floodplains and wildlife. It also will take into account various federal regulations, including the National Historic Preservation Act, and investigate potential impacts of stations, power facilities and maintenance facilities that would support high-speed rail operations.

Local entities and the public have 90 days to submit written comments on the scope of the EIS. 

What is TxDOT’s role in the Dallas-Houston High-Speed rail project?
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) and TxDOT are working with the Texas Central Railroad (TCR), a private entity that will develop and fund the environmental study for a proposed high-speed rail between the Dallas and Houston areas. TxDOT will provide technical assistance with study efforts and help coordinate public and stakeholder involvement. Constructing track between Dallas and Houston would cost an estimated $10 billion in private funding, which would come from domestic and international investors.
What is TxDOT’s role with the South Orient Railroad (SORR)?
More information on the SORR is available.

Highway Signs

Where can I find information on City Pride Signs?
Information on City Pride Signs is available.
Why am I receiving notice that my outdoor advertising sign needs a permit?
Information on permits for outdoor advertising signs is available.

Ready to Renew your Outdoor Advertising Licenses and Permits?

To renew your license or permit, go to the log in page and follow the instructions.

What are the rules for posting campaign signs?

During campaign season, the landscape blooms with a special kind of flower - the political sign. Unlike wildflowers that are welcome anywhere, putting campaign signs on public lands is illegal. So before you plant that sign, learn the law and keep Texas beautiful.

You Need to Know

1.   It is illegal to place any signs on or within the right of way. This includes posting signs on trees, telephone poles, traffic signs and other objects on the right of way.

2.   Campaign signs along Texas roads can be placed on private property with the owner's permission. Signs must be made of lightweight material and be no larger than 50 square feet.

3.   Campaign signs may be posted as early as 90 days before an election (no earlier) and must be removed within ten days after the election.

4.   Before placing a sign inside of incorporated city limits, check with the city for applicable ordinances.

Sign Removal

If you have placed your sign in the right of way or it's posing a traffic hazard, it will be removed without prior notice. All costs associated with sign removal will be paid by the sign owner.

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Toll Roads

Which roads in Texas are toll roads?
A map of all toll roads is available.
How does TxTag work?
An explanation of how TxTag works is available.
How do I pay my tolls?
Information about TxTag payments is available.
Where can I find information about Veteran Discount Programs for toll roads?
Information about Veteran Discount Programs is available.

Other Services

Where can I find current driving conditions?
TxDOT has a statewide map that shows real time traffic conditions.