Texas A&M wants to know your thoughts on I-35

By Land Line staff | Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Would receiving traffic alerts on your smartphone make your trip any easier along the busy I-35 corridor in Central Texas? Texas A&M Transportation Institute wants to know as part of a survey.

The survey, at my35survey.org takes just a few minutes to fill out. It asks if receiving travel alerts in your email, social media, RSS feeds or by smartphone application would help your travel experience. A notification might include construction delays or an accident.

The Texas Department of Transportation continues to work on a nearly $2 billion reconstruction of the central corridor, and that means miles of orange barrels, lane shifts and closures.

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