|The mission of the Texas Department of Transportation is to provide safe, effective and efficient movement of people and goods.|
|Since 1932, membership in Texas Good Roads / Transportation Association has been made up of business people, community leaders, chamber of commerce members, professionals and transportation experts – Texans who understand that good roads lead to a stronger economy. Our goal is to support the efforts of the Texas Department of Transportation in working with the Texas Legislature to promote efficient transportation.|
|The Associated General Contractors of Texas, the voice of the construction industry, is an organization of qualified construction contractors and industry related companies dedicated to skill, integrity, and responsibility, whose members perform 86% of the highway construction throughout the State of Texas. The association provides a full range of services satisfying the needs and concerns of its members, thereby improving the quality of construction and protecting the public interest throughout Texas.|
|The mission of Texas Transportation Institute is to solve transportation problems through research, to transfer technology, and to develop resources to meet the transportation challenges of tomorrow.|
Learn MoreDuring FY 09, approximately 2 1/2 million cubic yards of hurricane debris were removed from Texas roadways. If loaded in 12-yard dump trucks and lined up bumper to bumper, the trucks would form a line that would reach across Texas from El Paso to Orange.