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"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:07 min | 5 months ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"The past two weeks Abbas allowed restaurants retailers movie theatres hair salons to re open in a reduced capacity he had earlier said bars could reopen by the middle of this month but he now says he wants to hear more input from experts on how and when they can be re opened safely Texas house speaker Dennis Bonnen says Abbas three opening plans will work of Texans wear masks and observe social distancing a new study suggests that minorities are more susceptible to the corona virus one of the authors of the study is doctor Harold Clark with UT Dallas he says the lower end of the economic scale is more likely to get sick and die Texas while doing much better than other states still has a problem there's a lot of economic inequality in the state and the same groups and already groups being differentially exposed to the disease that has contracted more that's true here as well Clark finds that lower paying jobs with high exposure are often performed by minorities who have a higher rate of heart disease and diabetes text that says it was the victim of a ransomware attack TSN's Kelly Wiese reports the Texas department transportation says someone gained access yesterday to the agency's network into ransomware event text dot says it immediately took steps to isolate the incident and shut down further unauthorized access text dot says it's working with the FBI to find the person or people who did this and will prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law get the latest news anytime anywhere just tell your voice activated smart device to play news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. on I heart radio I'm Erik like of newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. R. hi from the W. O. A. I. traffic center good morning and still watch out for the serious accident on thirty five north bound the construction adding multiple lanes on I. ten eastbound preposterous to sixteen oh four the same construction project is also affecting the opposite side of I. ten heading westbound from sixteen afford to live for ten I'm guessing around news radio twelve hundred W. away I'd pushing this afternoon.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:59 min | 5 months ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"America is listening to fox news now W. O. A. I'd local news governor Greg Abbott is expected to announce plans to re open more taxes businesses on Monday over the past two weeks Abbott is allowed restaurants retailers movie theatres hair salons to re open in a reduced capacity he had earlier said bars could reopen by the middle of this month but he now says he wants to hear more input from experts on how and when they can be re opened safely Texas house speaker Dennis Bonnen says Abbas three opening plans will work of Texans wear masks and observe social distancing a new study suggests that minorities are more susceptible to the corona virus one of the authors of the study is doctor Harold Clark with UT Dallas he says the lower end of the economic scale is more likely to get sick and die Texas while doing much better than other states still has a problem there's a lot of economic inequality in the state and the same groups and already groups being differentially exposed to the disease that has contracted more that's true here as well Clark finds that lower paying jobs with high exposure are often performed by minorities who have a higher rate of heart disease and diabetes text that says it was the victim of a ransomware attack TSN's Kelly Wiese reports the Texas department transportation says someone gained access yesterday to the agency's network into ransomware event text dot says it immediately took steps to isolate the incident and shut down further unauthorized access text dot says it's working with the FBI to find the person or people who did this and will prosecute them to the fullest extent of the law get the latest news anytime anywhere just tell your voice activated smart device to play news radio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. on I heart radio I'm Erik like of newsradio twelve hundred W. O. A. I. from the W. O. A. I. traffic.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

01:47 min | 7 months ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"Initially objected for regulatory reasons we were disappointed we start to celebrate then we found that we weren't quite there yet this week the president ordered the FDA to overcome its misgivings and approve the offer dean Reynolds CBS news Chicago ten forty eight AM before we get to you Jim filled them with the traffic I have a traffic to pass along it's from far far away a tractor trailer hauling toilet paper has crashed and caught fire near Dallas interstate twenty trucks build toilet paper all over the interstate shut down traffic drivers okay the Texas department transportation says the lotus flower paper burned extensively so no point running down there to scoop it up now ten forty eight hour traffic involvement and when I hear also truck looked over with six vapor rub in there will be any congestion for about six to eight hours a little bit of news in New Jersey on the westbound side of eighty on the right to exit forty two in Parsippany that ramp is finally reopened and that accidents been cleared away watch for the road work that one eighty it is on the westbound side of the express lanes by exit sixty six also both directions of two eighty seven there's construction at south bound by exit fifty nine it's north bound by exit thirty seven and road work also watch out for in Westchester county south bound side of the spring creek parkway just by that or the browser parkway rather just buy the split with the sprain and south on the Hutch in Mount Vernon by east Lincoln Avenue that's exit twelve right wing construction some minor delays going back to the cross county parkway extravagant pay less than ten minutes away and W. C. B. S. he's got guidance governor Cuomo will be making his Daily News conference at noon and will hear it here W. C. B. S. governor Phil Murphy had wanted to have governor Murphy on the air at two I didn't know for fifteen for fifteen this afternoon and by the way the news out of New Jersey this morning.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:52 min | 8 months ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Batting corona virus sign Lisa listen Arraf fox news an update from president trump's team on how the administration is dealing with the outbreak ice president Mike pence as passengers on board a cruise ship off the coast of Oakland California they had been stranded for days are beginning to come off the ship tomorrow the remaining passengers will be transported again through very very carefully controlled environments buses out to the tarmac and then flown to military bases in Georgia and Texas Dr Deborah Berke says those in high risk groups should take extra precautions are concerned about the elderly were concerned about others with pre existing condition we're also concerned about anybody who may be and then in you know to what we call an immunodeficiency state having less white cells and less able to combat any virus we want to protect all of them from the flu and we want to protect all of them from corona virus that include washing hands avoiding large crowds when possible democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders critical of the administration's handling of the outbreak he says science need to leave the cat that for not politicians when your point vice president pence an individual also does a much believe in science but you're telling the whole world is with politicizing this issue rather than dealing with it from a data research scientific basis Sanders with the comments during a fox news town hall several members of Congress and self isolation of the coming into contact with an infected person including Arizona Republican Paul Gosar he says he was a dentist so he knows how to handle it you know we we wash our hands so you know we well I don't touch your face and I think he can we avoid problems yesterday Texas senator Ted Cruz announced that he would self quarantine for fourteen days America is listening fox news the news has gone to a grinding here's what's topping options news local markets have reacted sharply today as crown of ours for years begins is really settle into the market and an implosion of the alliance between Russia and OPEC has also tank oil prices they'll be J. money man Carl Stewart says it's easy to panic but it's important not to jump ship on your investments in a time like this generally speaking at my forty one year career that's a mistake but people are scared because they can't figure out what's going to happen and that your turn Jan to what we're seeing now steward says the trickle down effect can quickly be felt by Austin businesses when people stop spending their money locally taxed out will announce tomorrow another effort to keep pedestrians from crossing I. thirty five and getting themselves killed Texas department transportation says these new deterrence will be between fifty First Street and run Berg now.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

07:53 min | 9 months ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Brad Weisman says there will be a total of two hundred twenty four units made available there is a plan to do a maximum of thirty two bedroom units others will be no larger than one thousand and twenty square feet and the remainder will be studio and one bedroom units and people making sixty percent of the area median income will be eligible for that housing the central Texas regional mobility authority says the mopac toll lanes been shaving off minutes from your commute CTR may steepest only says that's typically the case even during those times with the tolling looks to be moving far more slowly than the regular lanes it's because those people who were in that backup realize that in the end once the other lane start to back up their going to zip on by and actually save a significant amount of time he says the real time savings are felt the afternoon more southbound travel is reduced by fourteen minutes northbound travel down by eleven minutes the Barton springs Conservancy hands mayor Steve Adler check for six hundred and fifty thousand dollars for bath house renovations of Barton springs and others as hotel taxes are largely thank for this new work this is the kind of project that those funds are able to to go to the city able to raise three million dollars of tourist money Barton springs Conservancy has now donated a million dollars toward the effort which includes improving dressing rooms and adding new educational space aces at the Austin fire department says it was a water line break to caused water to cascade twenty three floors down the side of the independent tower in downtown yesterday several floors were flooded AFP says cruise first arrive for a call about a fire but none was found nor was any smoke found and out there this morning cloudy skies sixty two degrees in Pflugerville I'm Patrick Osborne get Austin news on demand it newsradio kale B. J. dot com Hey this is don prior he retired Jeffries you are listening to the very best of Todd and don and we're gonna be live at five thirty so you stay tuned you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ transportation in the world of business the Texas department transportation has plans in motion to transform I thirty five to the tune of about eight billion dollars yeah yeah that vision includes the possibility of putting the ender's interstate underground between airport Boulevard in Cesar Chavez downtown and in central Austin running the core the downtown Austin alliance president and CEO do what he wants to have so much more say in all of this the downtown Austin alliance wants to you know really be part of the planning process in transforming I thirty five he was on my fox Austin dot com last night what we're doing is we're preparing for this obviously text on is working on the planning of the improvements to the interstate right now they are trying to determine whether to lower the interstate or not whether to remove the decks but what we're doing at the end of the month is for bringing in and urban land institute expert panel national experts from across the country to help us begin thinking about the area surrounding interstate thirty five this is a once in a lifetime a generational opportunity to improve not only the interstate itself but the area surrounding the interstate that's a that's a good point I mean this is going to have a ripple effect of business all along I thirty five and he says we can get true relief on the interstate we absolutely believe that it will help with congestion and mobility in general and that's why we're bringing in experts because we have are excellent opportunity here to rethink the way that the interstate operates so one of the improvements and has been discussed has been managed lanes to improve transit access and what we're looking at and what we're asking the urban land institute to do is to look at the surface and think about multi modal transportation so out of P. for a walk in the area how is transiting proved by traffic in the area so it's much more than just cars and trucks were thinking about it in a multi modal fashion and there are thirty of these types of projects going on currently around the country and what we're seeing in other cities is this is in fact making a difference in transportation and mobility in general there you go that's do our part downtown Austin alliance talking with KTBC my fox Austin it's hard to me imagine imagine that this is ever going to happen but I apparently it is some day I don't know if it'll be in my lifetime or not but I understand what he's talking about I would rather see though the priority be don't don't even worry about to her telling say the word bicycle if you're going to focus on it being better for everybody police talk about cars first really emphasized cars the multi modal stuff you're assuming that people will be driving cars and twenty yeah I know I know I seriously think that way because the last time we did this kind of transformation was back in the late seventies maybe early eighties on the interstate he even goes on to say that this change on I thirty five is long overdue and we got to get it right now to deal with transportation of future because we may not have this kind of investment in the future here's to our purchase again with the downtown Austin alliance certainly room well before many of us who live and work in Austin and and come to visit even can remember so and the improvements are being made now will have to last us another fifty to a hundred years so the thought is let's look at what the opportunity is really making improvements that will help all of us in our traffic problems in the city of downtown Austin alliance is absolutely right he yeah I mean do you think about where we are right now virtually zero changes nothing at all has been done the I thirty five the downtown quarter for decades nothing yeah I'm not one project not anything not since we discover the inner space caverns Joe seriously only thing that we discovered the interspace caverns up there in the the Georgetown area when we began the process of building the internal there's that but I I did it this far as the downtown core goes the last thing that was ever done was the upper deck that's true and that's it that was back in the sixties right early seventies it show understand that I just want you know it's got to happen because we also have a story this morning twenty twenty is proving to be a very dangerous year for people on our streets seventeen people have already died in crashes compared to seven it would been killed this time last year despite Kanza just months after the city officials said that their goal of zero traffic deaths by twenty twenty five would be a virtually impossible yeah the total of eighty six people died on our streets last year in a car crash or being hit by a car with you know which was thirteen more than the previous year and a lot of it right there in the corner of the city boy is it what it what a weird world let me work were forget about the corona virus and we've already had seventeen people died just in Austin in a month and a half the car crashes month and a half yeah yeah seventeen died and don't try to tell me that the homeless problem don't have anything to do with it you're listening to the best of Todd and don on newsradio kale BJ right now you're listening to the best of the Todd and don show but stay with us we're live coming in at five thirty on news radio K. LBJ fog advisory in effect for the morning low clouds and fog giving way to some sun today very warm the height eighty one that a mostly cloudy and mild night to night low of sixty three from the weather center hi Kevin Snyder this Hey this is Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans quicken loans is celebrating our best quarter ever and now we're celebrating some of the lowest refinancing rates ever rates are historically.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:49 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Out Denver to be named the home of one of the first ever to the home of the first ever national medal of honor museum take a look at your money traffic and weather together on the news radio ten eighty KRLD nine eighteen watching some delays on the north side of Collin county northbound highway seventy five at the Melissa road exit the main lanes of seventy five are close to this is according to the Texas department transportation for police investigation and traffic is starting to slow back past the one twenty one split so cal some extra time and be prepared to be diverted to the service road if you're making your way from McKinney up past three eighty Ford's Melissa and Anna taking a look at traffic in Dallas County six thirty fives moving pretty well this morning from I thirty up past seventy eight towards the high five and south down seventy five looking pretty good from the high five down to look twelve headed towards what all Rogers thirty five V. haven't seen any delays this morning from six thirty five down to the merge with one eighty three and traffic in fort worth moving pretty well keeping an eye on I thirty is you make you wait east from eight twenty of forty three sixty volume is building up people definitely out on the roads but it's moving at a good speed I'm Daniel bam your next reporters at nine twenty eight and breaking traffic alerts when they happen sunny and hot for the first half of your Sunday a cold front will arrive later on this afternoon dropping temperatures from the mid nineties down to the fifties as we head into the overnight hours could see scattered showers and storms this afternoon into part of Monday Monday will be a lot cooler with breezy north winds and a high around seventy three will be in the seventies with sunshine on Tuesday then back to the eighties for Wednesday and Thursday the next front arrives on Thursday with scattered showers and storms.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

03:29 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Two oh nine today in McKinney the cosco west university drive your hardened Boulevard to seventeen in Plano with the Sam's club in the spring creek parkway in Albany okay to eighteen in Denton at the Kroger Teasley lane in hickory creek road the current local average in North Texas two dollars forty three cents as gas prices have dropped eight cents in the last week the city of Dallas is taking action against a motel that policing is a hot bed for drugs and crime the city is classifying the royal in on northwest highway near California crossing to be ahead **** you'll criminal property police say the owner of the motel has not done enough to keep out drug dealers and other criminals but motel attorney Gerry Smith says the city's process for making that decision is flawed it's kind of like an inquisition if someone gets caught in this they are basically at the mercy of not just the police department but the fire department and the health department and everyone else the motels owner argued that he had not done enough help from Dallas police to deal with crime on his property but his claims were rejected by a new city review board the motel will have to post a warning notice on the property and will face additional inspections from the city it's coming up on eight weeks since the storm blew a construction crane into a Dallas apartment building and the wreckage is still there the residents have been barred from getting into the damaged building Ryan Brockway says they were forced to rent another apartment and live just with the basics because his insurance is not paying for the items in his apartment on an air mattress there for a month or better so we broke down and bought a bad but that's pretty much the only thing that we have Broadway and other residents don't understand why look why apartments are off limits away from the damaged part of the building the apartment management has not returned our calls delays on a couple of big road projects are causing headaches for drivers in Denton crews have been working on several projects along I thirty five E. between Dallas drive and may hill road deputy chief engineer pre team day schmuck says problems earlier this year put things behind schedule there was quite a stall about eight or nine months ago when the actual construction was progressing at a really slow speed he says those issues have been resolved in those projects are now on track to be finished later this year in a separate project the contractor responsible for widening Teasley lane in Denton went bankrupt work has stopped while the Texas department transportation looks for a new company to handle the job well the popular musician from this area announces they're coming out with a new album we'll tell you about it coming up plus traffic and weather together next it's for fourteen the president returns to taxes hi this is Mike Rogers with Scott Sam's will have the latest on his **** well Paso tomorrow on the K. R. L. the morning news it's probably one of the most stressful jobs you can imagine but some North Texas first responders are about to get a gift to help them chill and if you still feel the need to get away before the end of the summer we got some great travel deals plus traffic and weather together on the aids join us we started five AM on newsradio ten eighty KRLD let's say you just bought a house bad news is your one step closer to becoming your parents you'll probably most along and skip anybody notice to mow the lawn tell people to stay off the lawn compare it to your neighbor's lawn and complained about having to mow the lawn again good news is it's easy to model home an auto through progressive and save on your.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"To the Texas Department transportation, our town, tax assessor collectors, may refuse to register vehicle solely on the basis of a delinquent payment. Governor have it. He said he supports the legislation as well at the capitol. Chris, FOX NewsRadio twelve hundred w the thunderstorms today are expected to stay south of metro San Antonio. Del Rio and eagle pass were hit hard by thunderstorms this morning with governor Abbott. And both US senators in attendance Sutherland's springs today is dedicating its new sanctuary eighteen months after a gunman killed twenty six people on a quiet Sunday in the worst massacre by gunfire. In Texas history, Senator John Cornyn said he's pleased that congress has approved as Bill called fix Knicks to close the loophole that allowed the gunman to buy a firearm despite a domestic violence conviction in the military. He says he made a promise to the pastor. I told the congregation there that I was in do everything in my power to try to prevent somebody like this shooter from getting their hands on a gun. Senator Ted Cruz father is a Baptist preacher quoted the book of John the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not, overcome it. Five servicemembers at Lackland air force base are under arrest charged with aggravated sexual assault on warrants from San Marcus, the five were arrested by bear county deputies in conjunction with air force officials San Marcus officials, say they're wanted in connection with an incident that happened in may of last year and say this has nothing to do with the rash of sexual assaults that hit the college town last month. News on the hour at the half and anytime at WFAN dot com. Brought to you by Primo plumbing. This is NewsRadio twelve hundred wwl a on.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:35 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To good morning. I'm Robert Wood is news. A service of radiant plumbing coming, Austin's news, Texas is on the verge of putting an in Jeremiah cameras entre. The house Bill banning the red light cameras. He successfully argued they were not safe and not only do these camera systems, have little affect on road safety and have been shown by numerous studies to actually increase the risk of certain types of collisions. He's also provisions in the house. Bill sixteen thirty one for all those who haven't paid their red light camera tickets. They the Texas Department transportation county tax collectors may refuse to register vehicle solely on the basis of a delinquent payment. Governor avenue said he supports the legislation as well at the capitol. Chris, FOX News Radio KLBJ way to better manage waters for times of flood and drought is studied by university of Texas, geoscientists research of rigid. Scanlon says the flood waters that overflow into Texas rivers could be. Stored in depleted aquifer and meet your competed in the Houston area. And also in the Dallas Fort Worth area. Those flood waters could then be used in times of drought. A new study released this week by the university of Texas and Johns, Hopkins University, Texas, maybe on the brink of a measles epidemic. The study's lead author Gerardo Sarker says the anti vaccine hasn't done society, and if abors and now he thinks it's time that state lawmakers step in. Really should ask the non medical exemptions before we have the kind of epidemic that New Yorkers having right now. You'll be a shower.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Till CBS Austin, these cancer, disrespectful, the dead, and they're unsanitary you shouldn't allow homeless to come here in camp, and some cases create a toilet perhaps on someone's gray. Police say they do get complaints about these camps. But they can't do much about them. Unless the person who owns the land files, a formal complaint and another mixed use development is in the works for Austin, this Cording to the statesman. It'll be a four storey development on south congress dedicated solely to office space. This will replace one of the twelve buildings that make up the state house apartment complex construction should begin in June and wrap up sometime next year. Right now, cedar park, mostly cloudy and sixty two degrees. I'm Patrick Osborne. You can get Austin news on demand at NewsRadio kale, DJ dot com. Hey, this is Don prior here. We're Todd Jeffries. You are listening to the very best of Todd and dawn, and we're going to be live at five thirty. So you stay tuned. You're listening to the best of Todd and Don on NewsRadio KLBJ how about this. It's called cut and cap the idea bearing thirty-five downtown in that corridor and paving over that chasm the Greenspace or mixed use developments. It's no longer in the rear view mirror. The bring in the idea back congress for the new urbanism, a nonprofit transportation advocacy group highlights this idea a new study, titled the freeways without a future. It's an idea from UT professor and architect Sinclair, black that I arose back in two thousand thirteen and envisions an I thirty five we seated below which current level and capped with thirty acres of concrete similar to CLYDE Warren Park up there in Dallas. Which by the way, is is pretty it's very pretty no it is not like started this group reconnect Austin to promote the plan as the Texas Department transportation could here's how to reduce congestion on I thirty five in downtown Austin. And according to Texas transportation institute more than one hundred.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"His left ear. He says they were able to contact the owner who agreed to give up ownership of lucky, but could face animal cruelty charges when police figure out how lucky received those injuries and says when lucky fully recovers they hoped to adopt him out, Austin York, NewsRadio ten eighty all. The officials with the group that brings convention and visitors to Dallas the responding to a critical audit reporting audit identified problems with the city of Dallas accounts for the money. It pays visit Dallas each year. And with the way the group's results are measured. Visit Dallas CEO Phillip Jones says they have been following the city's guidelines for reporting, but there's room for improvement. We take this audit. Very seriously. We believe that there's a recommendations that we can certainly work towards implementing and make improvements in our protocols. He says the group's board has already dealt with the handful of expense account irregularities identified in the audit. Stephen Pickering, NewsRadio Canady KRLD. The redesign of the so-called three g intersection in east Dallas has been given the green light the Texas Department transportation moving forward with redesigning the intersection of Gaston avenue, garland road and grand avenue into a reverse t after complaints that the intersection was dangerous and confusing. The redesign would allow one lane of traffic to continue straight. The majority of drivers would be able to turn onto Gaston. Michelle raglan with tax dot says, the improvements will benefit everywhere. Also, updating ramping making it a little bit more as I mentioned pedestrian friendly and biker friendly or commercial parts at around for the parks for everything construction set to begin in the.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

04:42 min | 2 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Well they to get cars off the road. These are all weird left-wing, progressive, socialists greenhouse gas. Fanatics. And they have this weird religion. I wouldn't even call it ideology. Really is like a cult religion. What can I do to get the cars off the road, and that's all they care about. Because they think mother earth is being soiled in fouled by modern life. Now. Remember, we took a close look at this a couple years ago when we were covering the road diet in the south bay in the southern California association of governments they had a massive document to at all trying to do is figure out how to reduce car traffic. Now would that mean building more lanes making easier for people to drive right now, they want to make it harder? And again, they want you to live in high-rise buildings next. Mass transit riding your bicycle or walking to all of your activities. That's the master plan. So to do this. It doesn't surprise me that this massive gas tax increase would allocate money to local governments to affect that. And whatever way they want to which concludes road diets, and and go back to what you mentioned multi modal, according to John Russo. Best as he can tell from analyzing the spreadsheets fifty four percent of the total gas tax revenue that would be over four billion dollars. Fifty four percent is for these multi modal projects. Now, multi modal is a bureaucratic weasel word, but I'll tell you it's gonna go for bike lanes bus lanes or two by buses. Roads inside parks. Stuff like that. Because essentially what it means is they'll be at least two different means of transport, right, obviously, the car is already dominated. So what else do you want to get in there? Maybe walking bicycling we want to make it more pedestrian friendly fight friendly. Forty percent was taken off the top four other stuff before you even got into the road repair budget. Forty percent was taken off. And I think a lot of that forty percent is part of John Russo's fifty four percent here for this multi bulldoze stuff. They're not going to be paved roads with this. I guarantee you you just wait for years. Because if we don't get this thing repealed. Up Carl tries again because I'm ready for a big play fistfight this time if it doesn't get repealed before then you'll see in four years. That you're not gonna see the for example, the what a one downtown. Or the five downtown or the four oh five am going down the west side. That's not being repaved and repaired guarantee. It's not being repaved and repaired you're going to be writing over the same crumbling. Third world. The only time I've seen roads. Like, this is when we drove around Africa in very poor countries. Don't. Yeah, he says, according to the Texas Department transportation only sixteen percent of Texas roads or rated poor California. Forty four percent of the road. Statewide, rated and conditions. This is what I want to say to anybody who says, you know, don't John we got we got to repair. The roads are in bad condition. We had one of the highest gas taxes and we ended up with almost half the roads in poor condition. Why do you think that is is they didn't use you? Tell me, Mr.. Well, I'm just trying to be a responsible citizen here. You know, John, you're not being reasonable. I mean, we can look at the roads in terrible shape. Yes. They're in terrible shape. And we already had one of the highest gas taxes. What do you think happened to the money genius? And you're trusting them again why? Because you need some kind of daddy to take care you. I swear to God people vote for this stuff I've emotional disorders, and so no, no daddy. Daddy. Jerry Brown said he's going to take care of my role. He's gonna give me a new road. Believe me all those happy SP one signs that are out there. We're gonna come down. You won't be seeing the election's over your tax dollars at work that nonsense. The only good thing is they will be stopping traffic to hand out. Fires anymore. It's supporting the gas tax. So there's that we got more coming up. John and Ken show KFI. Debra Mark has news. The FBI has executed search warrants at the offices and home of an LA councilman agents Holloway boxes from Jose. We city hall office this morning the voting is over, but the vote counting continues with many male in and provisional ballots still being tabulated in the Southland and across California. The results won't be certified until the end of the month. And a few races are still too close to call an opening day of ski season at mammoth has been pushed back resort was supposed to open tomorrow. The warm weather has reshuffled the calendar. Bid officials now say opening day will happen in a matter of days not.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

02:14 min | 2 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"It is twelve ten KRLD. I Mitch car. Thank you very much for joining us. We're live in the Mercedes Benz of plano news center. Some WalMart stores in North Texas now offering fresh Gerber baby food, the retailer has teamed up with Gerber to launch the fresh full starts products. Gerber trying to compete with other fresh food startups like little spoon and nurture life. So I'm WalMart stores have already put in refrigerated cases with it. A Texas Department of transportation report says in Oklahoma school bus hydroplaned on a wet road before crashing in central Texas. This was on September twenty ninth the bus. They report rather says the bus crossed into the wrong lane as it was making a left hand curve onto Eighty-one nearly impossible near north west of Boston. The report says the driver over corrected and lost control of the bus officials say then rolled over struck offense and the Texas Department. Transportation reports cites unsafe speed considering the conditions involved city of plano, dealing with another sewer overflow in the same spot as the one that sent raw sewage into white Rock Creek last week. The city of plano says heavy rain led to the overflowed. A manhole near Gleneagles golf course. The overflows are not a threat for drinking water in the area. The drinking water comes from the North Texas municipal water district. Oh and today being the fifteenth of October. That means Medicare open enrollment has started at runs through December seventh. I'm with about sixty two million people enrolled in Medicare. It's a big deal whether a Jew or someone, you know, unitedhealthcare's Elena MC fan. Important things that people need to remember about the Medicare annual enrollment period is that they should take the time to carefully evaluate their current plan coverage as well as the other options that may be available to them in their local community. Now, we're going to see as we open up these pages. We're going to see things about the Medicare plans. We're going to see Medicare Advantage. What do we need to know going in? So we don't get lost in. What seems to be the the.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:44 min | 2 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KTOK

"Students from Oklahoma Calvin right? The k- t-. Okay, newscenter. A Texas Department transportation report says it Oklahoma school bus hydroplaned on a wet road before crashing central Texas carrying twenty seven students from Cleveland elementary to Sea World and San Antonio field trip. So timber twenty nine hundred says the bus Ralston the wrong lane is taking a curve on US to eighty one west of Austin driver overcorrected the bus rolled struck offense report also cites unsafe speed as a contributing factor. Several people heard no fatalities in Oklahoma City man died from his injuries after an overnight wrong way crash on I forty is identified just Thirty-seven-year-old Gregory Hudson. Say he was going westbound and eastbound lanes we struck a bridge I forty near McArthur about one forty five and no word on a court appearance for local city cardiologists accused of killing a man during a collision thirty-five Jacqueline, Scott. Dr Brian Frank Perry is accused of hitting the motorcyclist early Friday morning and fleeing the scene groupers say Perry later crashed his car into a light pole OH reports. Thirty one year old nNcholas Rapa of Guthrie was killed in the collision Perry is facing first degree, manslaughter, DUI and other charges. The president and first lady in Florida getting update on damages from hurricane Michael. They're also visiting parts of Georgia today that deadly storm wide path of devastation nineteen people reported dead. The death toll could rise Dawson police investigators combing through a burned home after three bodies, including a child were found there. Firefighters call that home early Sunday in north Tulsa, medical examiner determining. Zack has a death. No name released bad.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

03:12 min | 2 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"And i love the fact that it's the little zoo in san antonio impacting animals across the world you know people don't know about the sixth mass extinction tim can you share with our listeners what this is and how this impacts wildlife all around the world we are in the midst of the extinction since the time of dinosaurs and really this one is being caused because of man so zoos and aquariums it's very important that we all are working on this together and if you take all the accredited zoos and aquariums and the country and put them together probably one of the largest conservation efforts on the planet we've had a really unique thing happened here in san antonio with the monarch butterfly which is a good example of this extinction is a lot of people don't know the monarch butterflies in in danger of going extinct we all grew up with them everywhere and and you kinda just don't notice that they're not around as much as they used to be in our former mayor mayor ivy taylor decided the san antonio was gonna make stand and try to stop the extinction of the species the san antonio you have been doing monarch work for ten plus years with tagging butterflies that travel down through san antonio we are really migration funnel rights that when san antonio or the butterflies come through on the way to mexico so for ten years we've been tagging butterflies working with universities like kansas state when the butterflies get to mexico and breed though the wings are collected after the butterflies pass away and the numbers are sent back so we can really track and learn more about their migratory path but here in san antonio marilyn all in and with fish and wildlife and said you have twenty one criteria that cities can do we're going to do all twenty one of those things of course the san antonio is he was very excited the university of texas san antonio is involved are river authorities involved and really our entire community has banded together to work on monarch conservation citywide we've gone to every elementary school and some of our districts and put in butterfly gardens the mayor had a butterfly garden at her house had council people raising butterflies in their offices so it's been a really exciting time in san antonio to see the work of an entire city and a folks seven atar conservation of a species and i tell them there the foreign there all the time i don't think she realized what a big deal that wasn't how excited we were about it because some people may look at it and say well it's not an elephant are rhino it's not just mega species but to have a whole city focused on a species extinction is is a very big deal for us and especially as whose conservation work is really working on species that are not the the mega species and things like that that this was very important test so we're very excited to be a part of it that's a big wow way to go san antonio way to go san antonio zoo and a big shout out to everyone out there protecting the butterflies the monarch butterfly who would have thought wow there's raised with monarch butterflies saw them all the time and now as i think about it you're right they're just not out there but i did see a lot when i visited san antonio so it was great to see the punter flies there that's for sure i mean even down to our texas department transportation has stopped mowing areas and letting arians go back more natural and we're seeing milkweed planted around the city on intersections and things like that i mean it was a all in effort in this region and it's and it's nice and i hope that we hope that it makes a big difference and if you if you can take that and multiply it more species which we're losing dozens of species across the planet daily we can try to stop some of this that's happening and save these animals for future generations we don't want to be the generation that that.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

KKOB 770 AM

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM

"Star from your breaking news station i've had alec but bad who was admitted to killing seventeen people that stole the douglas high school partly florida has been indicted for that massacre rose a florist says it appears the upper people hurt by the shooter is more than originally thought nicolas crews had confessed to arming himself in an air fifteen rifle end gunning down seventeen people and we had heard that he had injured at sixteen others but now from this indictment we're learning that indeed it's a seventeen account indictment related to the attempted murder charges the gloves are off jim rupe reports a lawsuit filed against a state of california by the trump administration visa sexual showed out is all stop protecting labroy us attorney general jeff sessions speaking to the california peace officers association said the justice to parliament had no choice but to file a lawsuit challenging three california laws he says obstructs federal immigration agents from doing their job now through california governor jerry brown says local law enforcement can work with ice and ice can work in the jails to detain violent criminals he says the trump administration is lying when it says california is protecting criminals lying what he says california wants open borders and lying when he says california wants to secede jim roope los angeles fbi director christopher ray praised his agency yoga work it does at a cybersecurity coach boston race said he was proud to represent the better women who worked for the bureau i counter example after example after example of relentlessly hardworking selfless honest brave professional people over and over and over again houston has been ordered i point four billion dollars to install red warning lights of water sensors you'd forty floodprone traffic intersections as recovery continues for hurricane harvey that they are there says he does the federal grant the city the texas department transportation it here couty will also help foot the more than forty billion dollar project it is fifty three degrees of albuquerque pipe had allergies radio kkob the stucco on my home was cracking it looked bad stig here i knew it had to get fixed that wasn't excited about spending the big money for a complete restock oh project then i learned about sorta pro painters they patched the places.

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"texas department transportation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:06 min | 3 years ago

"texas department transportation" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Room more than three thousand national in state guard members have been activated in texas governor greg habits is fourteen aircrafts are being used to rescue people and other resources have been called in the texas department transportation has deployed four hundred people uh involve i loved in recovery missions in corpus christi of victoria primarily right now he says more than three hundred thousand people are still without power in the red cross's served more than one hundred thirty thousand meals to those affected by tropical storm harvey that is brought to you by cedarssinai la the danger posed by the storm is far from over but residents oh some devastated communities are already looking ahead judge burt mills says the destruction and rockport texas was catastrophic the devastation i see today is is is heart it it it hurts but we're resilient canada rebuild the perfect and state of emergency has been declared in fifty counties the storm has stalled and is expected to move only about sixty miles over the next few days dropping potentially lifethreatening rains on the region at least two people have been killed from the storm the evacuation of houston's main public hospital hasn't started yet because it's surrounded by waistdeep water as a result of the storm brand the cloud as a spokesperson for harris health systems he says minor flooding in the basement of ben tab hospital also forced officials to close the kitchen ohio democratic senator sherrod brown says he's offering to help the trump administration renegotiate the north american free trade agreement by one don't want these trade agreements written by corporate interest in using these trade agreements to shut down production in newark in toledo ohio in mansfield and move overseas and sell those products back into the united states he says he's been a strong opponent of nafta and a new trade agreement brown says he wants preconditions four by america provisions along with anti outsourcing provision in any nafta renegotiation a man in santa karite has been killed in his car flew off the 14th freeway went down an embankment come see the man was probably drunk when the crash happened around five thirty last night the car caught on fire riversides leaders or shrink residents that it's safe to go.

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