Keeping Texas on the right road as population grows

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By Roger Williams.
Experts say the population of North Texas could grow from seven million to nine million by 2035. Similarly, the city of Austin is considered the fastest-growing large city in America, with its population of nearly one million growing by an average of 110 new residents every day. With this level of enormous growth, a major focus of local, state and federal officials is how to accommodate this boom – from our schools to our businesses to our roads.
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