TxDOT's photo library includes transportation subjects, scenic landscapes and a variety of images from TxDOT's publications. Photographs in the library are available to the public.
How can I request copies of photos?
As our collection is not available online, the best way to make selections is to visit the photo library in person. Please call ahead to schedule your visit. If you are seeking specific photos, they may be requested by mail, telephone or email.
|150 East Riverside Drive
Austin, TX 78704
|8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday|
Requests for prints from film are produced at a commercial photo lab, and the charges for these services are the customer's responsibility. If the photo is digital, arrangements may be made to transfer it electronically. For more information, please contact our photo librarian.
Many photos in our Texas Highways magazine are purchased from freelance photographers and are not available through the photo library.
TxDOT allows photographs to be copied or reproduced as a public service to the Texas travel industry and the public. Any party who gains and utilizes such photographic materials does so entirely at their own risk, possibly subject to claims or litigation that might be instigated by other parties.
Written releases are not available from people or properties pictured in these photographic materials. Under no circumstances will TxDOT be responsible for or share in liability for any commercial or private use of materials obtained from the department photo library.