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Traffic Conditions

Currently, we have 4 boats running with no wait in Galveston and no wait in Bolivar.

Posted: 18h

In Nederland today educating students on the dangers of distracted driving

Posted: 19h

While police, emergency responders, tow trucks drivers and TxDOT workers are serving and protecting Texans, we're a……

Posted: 19 Sep

@kyle_markum Complete, planned closures are kept to a minimum. Unfortunately, many times the closures are due to ac……

Posted: 20 Sep

ORANGE CO: I10 westbound approximately, 1/2 mile before the Neches River, is down to one lane of traffic due to an accident. Expect delays.

Posted: 20 Sep

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

SE Texas Weather





Feels like 75.9℉

Tropical Depression Eleven - North Atlantic

Updated: 4am EST Sat Sep 22 2018

Wind: 34 MPH | Location: 13.0N 53.5W | Movement: W

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