Latest Press Releases

NCTCOG Presenting Recommended Forest Hill Drive Improvements on April 8

Public meeting gives residents chance to provide input on efforts to boost safety and reliability, decrease flooding


Campaign Encourages North Texans to Bike Walk and Drive Safely

21 tips can help people look out for one another on region’s roads

New Electric Vehicle Preparedness Program Launches in Dallas-Fort Worth

Pilot Program Preceding National EV Program Expansion

Public Input Sought in Study of Transit Needs in 76104 ZIP Code

Residents invited to public meeting March 25

Neighborhood Access and Equity Grant Program Awards NCTCOG $80 Million

Money to be used to reconnect communities and address historical inequities

NCTCOG to Present Transportation Recommendations for Fair Park Area on March 19

Meeting gives residents another chance to provide input on connecting historic areas

Rolling Toward Safety: NCTCOG Launches Bike & Roll to School Day Promotion

Bike & Roll to School Day is May 8, highlighting safe routes to school 

NCTCOG Hires McKinsey, InfraStrategies to Lead Strategic Assessment of Transit in Dallas-Fort Worth

Consultants to help NCTCOG expand public transportation footprint to serve region of the future 

Online Input Opportunity Gives Residents Chance to Provide Feedback on Transportation Projects Starting Feb. 12

NCTCOG to post information on planned projects, strategic partnerships and Safe Routes to School

NCTCOG to Present Recommendations to Improve Transportation Between Downtown Dallas and Fair Park

Online mapping activity to open to residents following the meeting

NCTCOG Seeking Public Input on Funding for Special Events, Other Planning Initiatives Starting Jan. 8

2024 MLB All-Star Game, 2026 World Cup among events coming to region

Public Meetings to Gather Community Input on Air Quality Improvement Plan Resume Jan. 8

$1 million allocated to improve regional air quality through grant program

Public Input Opportunity Opening to Residents on Dec. 11

Comments being accepted on 2023 Ozone season, National Drive Electric Week and more

Texas High-Speed Rail Projects Receive Additional Planning Funds

Federal government includes Fort Worth-to-Houston project in Corridor ID Program

NCTCOG Seeking Public Input for Air Quality Improvement Plan

Open houses to be hosted on Dec. 4 and Dec. 12

DFW Clean Cities Recognizes Fleets for Contributions to Air Quality

7 entities earn the top award for efforts to improve air quality

NCTCOG to Highlight Region’s Long-Range Transportation Plan and Ongoing Air Quality Efforts Oct. 9

Public will hear update on grant to improve region’s air quality, reduce greenhouse gases

Celebrate Active Transportation Oct. 4 by Walking to School

Approximately 100 area schools plan to participate in annual event

Celebrate National Drive Electric Week Oct. 1 in Fort Worth

 Come learn about and test drive EVS in a fun, low-pressure environment

Public Meeting Provides Chance to Contribute Feedback on Transit Needs in Eastern Dallas, Kaufman and Rockwall Counties

Residents, commuters, employers invited to attend Sept. 26 meeting, participate in survey

TEXpress Lanes Offer Better Reliability, Peak-Period Discounts on Some DFW Roadways

TEXpress drivers who sign up through GoCarma smartphone app can receive a 50% discount when carpooling during peak hours

NCTCOG Seeks Public Input Regarding Transportation Links from Fair Park to Downtown Dallas

Residents’ participation encouraged to help shape historic area’s future

EPA Grant Program Could Provide Funding to Help DFW Air Quality

NCTCOG working with local governments to develop plan to reduce greenhouse gases

Public Invited to Provide Input on Drone Safety Program, Transit Funding Sept. 11

NCTCOG’s September hybrid public meeting highlights collaborative efforts throughout the region

NCTCOG Beginning Transportation Study of Forest Hill Drive

Sept. 6 public meeting gives residents chance to provide input that could steer efforts to improve reliability, reduce congestion, decrease flooding

NCTCOG Hosting 4 High-Speed Transportation Open House Opportunities Beginning Aug. 29

Planners will address components of Phase 2 of DFW corridor study

Partnerships Key to Moving High-Speed Rail Toward Completion

NCTCOG study examines opportunities to bring high-speed service to region, connect riders to Houston

NCTCOG to Host Online Input Opportunity Beginning July 10

Residents can watch presentations, and provide questions and comments about transportation initiatives through Aug.8 

Coast-to-Coast EV Road Trip Headed to Arlington on Monday

Tour of 33 cities in 25 states aims to show range of electric vehicles

Fort Worth’s Bivens to Lead Regional Transportation Council for the Next Year

Dallas County’s Jenkins, Johnson County’s Bailey also named officers

Commit to a Better North Texas on Clean Air Action Day

Improve health, clean the air, take the pledge

North Texans Encouraged to Bicycle to Work, Other Places in May

Bike Month offers many opportunities to support active transportation

NCTCOG Provides 21 Free Drone Workshops to the Public on YouTube

Sessions encourage education, awareness, and skill development

NCTCOG Encourages Input on Various Transportation Projects at March Hybrid Public Meeting

COVID-19 infrastructure, air quality and DART partnerships to be discussed

NCTCOG to Host Public Meetings to Discuss Filling Gaps in Regional Transit System

Meetings to seek input on studies that could boost connectivity in eastern counties.