Providing leadership to the region in the planning, funding,  

and development of a safe, efficient  multimodal transportation system.

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TxDOT urges Texans to consider the tragic impact before getting behind the wheel after drinking

Last year, 24% of all traffic deaths in Texas were caused by drunk driving. That translates to an average of one person dying every eight hours and 15 minutes. In 2021, Texas saw 25,261 drunk driving related traffic crashes—an increase of 9% over 2020.

The Faces of Drunk Driving campaign reminds us that the human toll of a drunk driving crash devastates the lives of survivors forever. Drinking and driving can have serious physical, emotional and financial consequences that can last for years. A DWI/DUI can be expensive and lead to legal hassles, difficulty finding or keeping a job, loss of trust from loved ones, and regret

This year’s campaign will feature events around the state to share stories of Texans who deal with the consequences of a drunk driving crash every day of their lives. Events will include an exhibit of powerful video testimonials. Full video stories and other impaired driving information can be found at

The Faces of Drunk Driving summer campaign is an important piece of the larger Drive Sober. No Regrets. campaign. It is a key component of #EndTheStreakTX, a broader social media and word-of-mouth effort that encourages drivers to make safer choices while behind the wheel, like wearing a seat belt, driving the speed limit, never texting and driving and never driving under the influence of alcohol or other drugs. November 7, 2000, was the last deathless day on Texas roadways. #EndTheStreakTX asks all Texans to commit to driving safely to help end the streak of daily deaths on Texas roadways.

For media inquiries, contact Odessa District public information officer Gene Powell at or (432) 498-4746.


Interregional Corridor Study Town Hall Meeting - Odessa

Interregional Corridor Study Town Hall Meeting - Midland on September 20th, 2021. 

Public Town Hall Meeting- Interregional PEL Study-August 23, 2022

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Shale Energy Conference

The conference took place from Wednesday June 9th to Thursday, June 10th. Over 300 attendees were registered. Many attendees came by our booth to discuss transportation, growth in the region, and needs related to their industry specialty. The presenters were excellent and Bill Frawley, TTI, was able to join us as well.

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AUGUST 20, 2021

Virtual Public Meeting Focuses on Highway 302 From Notrees to Highway 285

AUGUST 19, 2021

TxDOT Urges Texans to Consider the Tragic Impact Before Getting Behind the Wheel After Drinking

AUGUST 16, 2021

TxDOT Calls on Everyone to Keep Children Safe in School Zones

AUGUST 10, 2021

Traffic signals to go live in Midland

JULY 15, 2021

TxDOT’s “Be Safe. Drive Smart.” campaign urges drivers to slow down and stay alert in oil and gas production and exploration regions  

MAY 26, 2021

Texas transportation commission names Marc Williams as new TxDOT Executive Director

MAY 24, 2021

Seal coat project begins this week

May 18, 2021

Survey Seeks Input On Future Of Loop 338 

APRIL 6, 2021

    Project to rehabilitate section of BI-20 in East Midland

MARCH 16, 2021

Cable barrier to improve safety on Highway 191

FEBRUARY 9, 2021

Drivers encouraged to limit travel and slow down 

JANUARY 27, 2021

I-20 project at Highway 137 Intersections will disrupt traffic next several days

JANUARY 26, 2021

$15.7 million project scheduled to be completed in Spring 2023

Aerial View of Freeway




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