Watch out for high water on these Houston-area roads

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Tuesday, July 9, 2024
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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- Drivers, keep an eye on high-water locations on Houston-area roads and drive safely after Beryl moved through southeast Texas.

High water spots reported by Houston Transtar:

After stopping service on Monday, METRO Houston said Park and Ride and METRORail services will remain suspended on Tuesday. However, several local bus routes will resume service at 8 a.m.

While many roadways have reopened since Monday, numerous traffic signals are still out due to power outages. Remember to drive with caution and treat all dark intersections as four-way stops.

Houston OEM is reminding drivers to be aware of potential down powerlines and debris in the road.

Remember, if you come across high water, don't attempt to drive through it. Turn around, don't drown.

The video below demonstrates what drivers should know about flood waters.

Drivers and flooding are a dangerous mix.

Sources: Houston Transtar,, local authorities, and ABC13.


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