The state has a highway system that ranks first in efficiency and has been rated among the best in the country by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
But for some, like John Smith, the highway is an eyesore.
Smith, a former state senator from San Antonio, has been trying to get to the center of Houston for years, but his efforts have been thwarted by the state’s gridlock.
He has taken to driving through the city on foot to get around traffic jams, and the roads are a nightmare.
He’s even lost his car on a freeway.
Smith said the only way to get a good view of Houston was to drive on the highway, which is about six miles west of Houston.
But when he was in high school, Houston was home to one of the nation’s busiest freeways, Interstate 10.
And he said that’s the one he’s most likely to use for a trip to the Houston Astros game.
Texas Highway 20 is the main road through Houston that runs along the Texas Gulf Coast.
The road is a one-lane highway with no shoulders, with lanes reserved for passing, driving, or bicycle traffic.
Smith says it’s more than just a toll road, however.
He said it’s a place where you can eat lunch and do your homework.
“The thing that keeps me going is to see my family and to see the sights and be able to walk around and enjoy it,” he said.
Smith is now using the highway for his business, a small software company called OpenStreetMap.
His customers are looking for a way to bring together the information that is coming into their city, and that’s where he comes in.
“If you’re looking for something specific, it’s like, ‘Well, you know, what is the biggest city, the city that’s close to the city of Houston, the one that’s really close to Houston?'” he said of OpenStreetMapper.
“So, it is sort of like a big data database.
I can sort of see where all these people are going to be and then just give me a link.”
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) has been working to get traffic information from OpenStreetMaps since 2011, and it has partnered with Houston’s Department of Public Safety, the U.S. Highway Patrol, the Houston Police Department, the Texas Department Of Public Safety and the Texas Transportation Commission to get the information from the data.
The data is then shared with other government agencies, including Texas Parks and Wildlife and the Houston Public Library, and used for programs such as public safety alerts, weather forecasts, traffic maps and other traffic information.
Smith hopes the Texas Highway 20 data will help his business and the thousands of other businesses that rely on it.
“This is something that I think is really important for Houston, that we really need to take care of and that people should have access to,” he added.
“I think if it helps me, I think it’s something that’s very, very important,” he told ABC News.