The City of Austin developed a Preliminary Engineering Report for Brodie Lane between Slaughter Lane and FM 1626. The goal of the Preliminary Engineering Report was to make recommendations to enhance mobility, connectivity, and safety for all users—including people who drive, walk, bike, and take transit.
Development of the plan has been underway since spring 2017. The 2016 Mobility Bond does not dedicate funding to design and construction of mobility recommendations in the Brodie Lane Preliminary Engineering Report. Implementation of the recommendations would need to come from future funding sources.
Preliminary Engineering Recommendations
Final Preliminary Engineering Report
This report recommends safety and mobility improvements on Brodie Lane between Slaughter Lane and FM 1626.
Click on the links below to read the Brodie Lane recommendations:
How the recommendations were developed
Many factors were considered to develop the recommendations for mobility improvements in the Brodie Lane Preliminary Engineering Report.
The preliminary recommendations to improve mobility, safety, and connectivity on Brodie Lane may be viewed by clicking here.
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.