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Go to the Texas Department of State Health Services’ coronavirus web page for the best source of COVID-19 health-related information in Texas.

Visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website for additional guidance and recommendations to be informed and stay healthy.

Texans also can dial 2-1-1 and choose option 6 to get information about COVID-19 and related resources.

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Travel Information Centers

TxDOT’s Travel Information Center lobbies are closed until further notice, while the following services continue:

  • Travel counselors are available from 8-5, M-F, to answer calls at (800) 452-9292.
  • Road conditions are available 24/7, seven days a week, at (800) 452-9292 and at www.drivetexas.org.
  • Where available, outside restrooms will remain open 24-hours with an enhanced cleaning schedule.
  • Access to outdoor areas is still accessible.
  • Free wifi will continue to be accessible.

Safety Rest Areas

Safety rest areas remain open, although Texans should avoid gathering in groups larger than 10, per government requirements. This map outlines the locations of these important facilities.

TxDOT Offices

  • Office-based employees at all TxDOT locations have been directed to telework temporarily and are available to answer citizen calls and inquiries regarding TxDOT-related business.
  • Signs posted at TxDOT offices direct the public to a telephone number and email address where we can address your questions or concerns related to TxDOT business.
  • You may also reach the number of local TxDOT offices through our Contact Us page.

Public Meetings and Hearings

Ferry Operations:

  • Ferries continue to run on their regular schedule at this time but may be reduced based on demand.
  • Drivers are asked to remain in their vehicle.

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