Board members sit two-to-a-table at the lunch prior to the November 2020 Board of Directors meeting.
Unbeknownst to many, the Citizens Of The State of Texas have a treasure trove of history at The Texas Department of Transportation. Its gatekeeper? Anne Cook. And if a picture is worth a thousand words, Anne is worth tens of millions of them.
The 2020 Elections appear to have delivered simultaneous rebukes to both President Trump and the extreme liberal agenda. While he performed better than most polls predicted, as of writing, the President’s ongoing efforts to contest the election appear to have little chance of success.
The Workforce Development Committee was created in 2017 to research, assist, and/or create new means of attracting new operators into the industry.
Texas comptroller Glenn Hegar provided a summary of the state’s economy while meeting with the AGC of Texas during the November board meeting. The state’s economy is reeling from the COVID 19 crisis – but faring better than earlier dire projections.
The Webster's definition of “2020” references perfect vision. However, for most of us, 2020 has meant one heck of a difficult year. It certainly has not amounted to the dawn of a new decade full of hope and promise.
As I'm sure most of you will agree, 2020 has been a strange one, and definitely not what I expected. But each day was filled with opportunities to overcome adversity—especially for our industry. With everything we’ve been through this year,
Two months after the coronavirus swept across North America, another sort of virus surfaced when TxDOT’s information resources were struck by a ransomware attack that shut down the department’s access to its letting programs and files.
2020 has brought unprecedented challenges for Texas. From the global pandemic called COVID-19 to hurricanes threatening our state’s coastline, Texans have had to manage and master a lot. Throughout it all, TxDOT remains committed to our mission of “Connecting You With Texas.”