State transportation agency pays tribute to collaborative history of moving people, goods across the Lone Star State.

WHEN: 2 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017
WHERE: On the brick street outside Nacogdoches City Hall, downtown Nacogdoches, Texas
MORE INFO: A restored, 27-foot-long 1918 Liberty Truck will help tell the district-by-district story of TxDOT’s 100-year history. Along with the truck, the exhibit will feature historical photos, banners and backdrops highlighting significant dates and achievements. A TxDOT spokesperson and speakers will be available for interviews.


The Texas Department of Transportation celebrates a century of service this year with a traveling exhibit to highlight this ongoing and collaborative milestone. Come join us on the square in downtown Nacogdoches for some great TxDOT history, refreshments and view the only remaining 1918 Liberty truck from the original fleet.

From the earliest days of connecting farms and ranches to market, to the modern realities of multi-lane metropolitan highways, TxDOT now manages 80,000 miles of roadway. To commemorate this milestone, TxDOT invites the public to “Track the Truck” at TxDOT.gov/TxDOT100 and join in the celebration.