TAMU Self-Driving Car Runs Red Light
Texas A&M University made national headlines over the summer when it announced that self-driving cars will be made a part of life in College Station. The project has since expanded, with cars beginning to drive around Bryan–College Station roads. However, an unintended side effect of this development can be... Read more
“More Medians!” Demands College Station Transportation Department
Much to the irritation of local residents and Texas A&M students alike, numerous College Station through streets are currently closed for construction. Munson, Nimitz, Luther—the list of closed roads seems inexhaustible. So what is with all of the construction? College Station’s historic neighborhoods feature streets that seem like they... Read more
New Traffic Lights Designed to End Safe Driver Problem

The City of College Station recently released plans to install a new color to the existing stoplights in the area in order to reduce the number of red lights run. The new light design will include an orange bulb, placed in between the red and yellow lights.

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College Station Novelty ID Business Booms
Don’t be shocked the next time you get on an Aggie Spirit bus and are asked to show proper identification before boarding. After complaints of crowded busses from students and faculty, university bus drivers are now actually implementing the rule that has been in place since the beginning of... Read more
An Open Letter from Your Bus Driver
Some people hate me. Some people don’t even realize I exist. However, some people will follow me to the ends of the earth. I am your humble Spirit Bus driver, and I’ve embarked on a quest to experiment on the fragile minds of the students of Texas A&M. Jason... Read more