Dug Begley Transportation Writer
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Dug Begley is the transportation writer for the Houston Chronicle.

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343 Articles
3 months ago
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Battleship Texas dodged German shells, but a treacherous 40-mile move to Galveston poses risks

Battleship Texas, unmoved since 1988, will set sail with tugboats on Wednesday, with a...

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3 months ago
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Ten things to know about the 110-year-old Battleship Texas, which is about to set sail for Galveston

The ship, the only remaining dreadnought, faces an uncertain future, but risk and triumph...

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3 months ago
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That 18-wheeler with all the cameras and boxes on the roof you see along I-45? A computer is driv...

Waymo and Daimler partnering on expanded program that will have Freightliner trucks...

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3 months ago
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Battleship Texas will move back to Galveston later this month, its first move in more than 30 years

The historic ship, which has not moved since 1988, will make its way — slowly — to...

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3 months ago
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Battleship Texas will move back to Galveston later this month, its first move in more than 30 years

The hatches are battened and moving day for the Battleship Texas is set for Aug. 31,...

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3 months ago
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Harvey cost many their homes and their peace of mind. 5 years later, the damage lingers.

Many residents across the Houston area are still dealing with the lingering effects of...

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3 months ago
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Two deadly crashes where drunk driving is suspect lead Galveston police to increase traffic enfor...

Six fatalities the past two weekends all related to drunk drivers, so additional...

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4 months ago
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Steep rise in roadway deaths in Texas and U.S. shows no signs of slowing in 2022

A 2021 nationwide spike in roadway deaths carried right into this year, and worsened in...

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4 months ago
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White Oak Trail is brimming with riders. New bridges could give them somewhere to go, advocates say

Bicyclists say duo of spans at Patterson and Rutland could relieve circuitous trip along...

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4 months ago
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Feds will repay Metro $21.6 million, essentially covering cost of 20 electric buses bound for Hou...

The 20 buses and assorted charging systems were already purchased last year, but federal...

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4 months ago
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Weekend lane, ramp closings at Loop 610 and I-69 interchange begin Friday night

Uptown-bound drivers along northbound Loop 610 should prepare for slow-going this...

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4 months ago
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5 things to know about the $26M plan to rebuild Houston's crash-prone Telephone Road

Telephone Road is receiving federal funds to remake southeast Houston’s Main Street for...

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