Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, Brodie Lane
The City of Austin is developing Corridor Mobility Plans for Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive as part of the Corridor Mobility Program, and a Preliminary Engineering Report for Brodie Lane as part of the Local Mobility Program.
Mobility recommendations for Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive will be prioritized for design and construction as part of the 2016 Mobility Bond Corridor Construction Program. The 2016 Mobility Bond does not provide construction funding for Brodie Lane. Recommendations outlined in the report for Brodie Lane will be considered for future funding opportunities.
Click on the link above to learn more about development of the Slaughter Lane Corridor Mobility Plan.
Click on the link above to learn more about development of the William Cannon Drive Corridor Mobility Plan.
Click on the link above to learn more about development of a Preliminary Engineering Report for Brodie Lane.
The public has provided input and feedback at two separate points during the development of the Mobility Plans. In spring 2017, the community provided input on what improvements they'd like to see on Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane.
In fall 2017, the public provided feedback on preliminary recommendations to improve mobility, safety, and connectivity along the roadways.
We are now refining the recommendations based on the feedback and additional analysis for the completed Mobility Plans, which are anticipated be finalized by the end of 2017.
The limits of the mobility plans for the roadways are:
- Slaughter Lane from FM 1826 to Vertex Boulevard
- William Cannon Drive from Southwest Parkway to McKinney Falls Parkway
- Brodie Lane from Slaughter Lane to FM 1626 (preliminary engineering only)
The development of the Mobility Plans for Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane launched in Spring 2017 and will conclude by the end of 2017.