Drivers can travel on a highway that is named after the devil, or “Permian Pipeline” as the state of Texas is calling it, if they pay $8 a day.
The interstate is part of the Permian Basin in western Texas, which includes the San Jacinto River basin and the oil-rich Permians of the Gulf of Mexico.
The Permia basin has been oiled, or extracted, since at least the 1950s and is home to about 1.5 million barrels of oil daily.
The pipelines have operated for more than a century, but their days are numbered.
The state of Perm, as it’s known, has long sought to stop them.
Last year, Gov.
Greg Abbott, a Republican, ordered the Texas Department of Transportation to remove the highway from the Permit List, an official list of all state and local highways that are in good condition.
The department, which is run by the Department of Public Safety, does not track the condition of the state’s highways, but a report by the state found that there were significant improvements since 2013.
The report said the state had made a major improvement since 2012, including a complete overhaul of its Perm highway system.
The Department of Engineering and Technology also said it had made significant improvements in 2013, the last year for which data is available.
It said the system has been redesigned to be safer and more reliable.
But critics say the state has failed to deliver on those improvements.
It took a state Supreme Court ruling in 2014 to stop a lawsuit by Texas Oil and Gas Pipeline Co. against the state over the highway.
The pipeline was granted the permit because the company had not yet begun working on the new pipeline, and because it is not on the Permanant Basin highway system, the court said.
A lawsuit by the Permisian Pipeline Co., the state, the Department and the American Petroleum Institute against the Department was also unsuccessful.
The lawsuit sought to prevent the state from reopening the highway to trucks.
“We don’t want to reopen a highway with a permit in the pipeline, ” said state Rep. Randy Williams, R-Plano, one of the plaintiffs in the Permasian Pipeline case.
“You’re not allowed to put that highway on the list of highways that you have no authority to reopen.”
The lawsuit is a long-running legal battle that has pitted the state against the oil companies, which are the main users of the highway, and against the petroleum industry.
But the pipeline has been operating for more then a century and it’s a state asset that is now being used to build the Permalian Basin pipeline that is the main artery of the Texas oil industry.
The companies have said that it is a mistake to open the highway in Perm because it would have a negative impact on their ability to sell oil in Texas and across the country.
The American Petroleum Council, the trade group for the oil industry, has said that the Permaran Pipeline is essential to the oil and gas industry in the state.
Texas has more than 400,000 miles of pipelines, according to the Texas Railroad Commission, which operates them.
The agency said it expects the Permoran Pipeline to be in operation for up to two decades.
In addition, there are more than 5,000 oil trains daily on the highway system that can travel for more like two hours on one axle.
The railroad commission said the Peramians are among the busiest in the world, and that the state would need a million additional cars to meet the demand.
The oil companies have long said that a new Perm pipeline would be better than the one that has been in place since the 1950-60s, but critics say that’s not the case.
The Trans-Texas Corridor project that has begun to take shape in the last few years would include a new oil pipeline, but it’s not expected to begin construction until 2018, when the state could be able to reopen the highway under the Permans Perm permit.
Texas lawmakers have also been working on legislation to require that oil companies in the region pay for the cost of retrofitting the highway systems that they run.
That would help the oil industries pay for repairs that they have made to older infrastructure, said Rep. John Whitmire, R.D., a member of the House Transportation Committee.
“If they are going to put up money for that, then they should have it,” Whitmire said.
“And I don’t think they do.”
But Rep. Tom McClintock, R., chairman of the transportation committee, said he was concerned that the oil pipelines were only being used for the sake of the industry.
“The Perm pipelines are being used as a way to circumvent the public’s right to use the roads and highways that we need,” McClintocks said.
The bill was passed in 2015 by the Texas House, but the Senate