Michael Morris

Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins Elected Chair of Regional Transportation Council

Johnson County Commissioner Rick Bailey also was elected vice chair for the 2024-2025 term, and Lewisville Councilmember Brandon Jones will assume the duties of secretary for the next year. The newly elected officers will serve in their positions through June 2025, guiding the region's transportation policies and initiatives.
Smart City Boost: Agency Adds Broadband to its Transportation Solutions Toolkit
by | Apr 13, 2022

Most anyone who has been commuting to work over the past two years has likely noticed a decrease in traffic.

Brookings Institution noted that metro traffic congestion was cut in half after COVID-19 hit in 2020, attributing it largely to employees working virtually from home, and more flexible work schedules (though government stay-at-home orders figured prominently as well)....

Plano’s Food Hall Co. Appoints New CEO and COO as it Pursues U.S. Expansion
by | Mar 30, 2022
The subsidiary of Dallas-based FB Society developed Legacy Hall at Legacy West in Plano and Assembly Food Hall in Nashville, where small businesses get a chance to grow into thriving restaurant brands. Its sister company FB Labs is the restaurant innovation lab behind concepts like Whiskey Cake, Mexican Sugar, Sixty Vines, Haywire, and more.
From Automated Airport Parking to On-Demand Rides, North Texas Boosts Autonomous Vehicle Capabilities
by | Mar 24, 2022
NCTCOG's Regional Transportation Council believes autonomous vehicles are part of the solution to North Texas' future.

From autonomous parking at DFW airport to self-driving DART shuttles to medication deliveries in McKinney—along with local hubs for Kodiak Robotics, Aurora, and TuSimple—the region could prove to be the "most robust, automated, and connected vehicle ecosystem in the country," says one official.