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This is BASF Total Petrochemicals. At our Highway 73 in Port Arthur Facility. Operations require flaring. Flares are safety devices that allow us to safely burn excess gasses. No action needed.




Traffic Conditions

Wreck on I10 westbound west of Winnie. Expect delays

Posted: 30 Sep

Please pay attention in front of Bridge City High School. Traffic light no longer flashes yellow & is now a full functioning traffic light

Posted: 29 Sep

$43 Million Contract Awarded to Widen I-10…

Posted: 29 Sep

TxDOT Beaumont will miss @12NewsRebeca! @TxDOTAustin is getting a great new media partner!

Posted: 28 Sep

BEAUMONT– Expect some lane closures along US69 this morning as crews work on guardrail repairs.

Posted: 28 Sep

Traffic conditions are pulled from TxDOT Beaumont’s Twitter Account.

SE Texas Weather





Feels like 69.7℉

Hurricane Matthew - North Atlantic

Updated: 5am EDT Sat Oct 1 2016

Wind: 154 MPH | Location: 13.4N 73.1W | Movement: W

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