East Rundberg Lane

As part of the 2016 Mobility Bond, the City of Austin is furthering design to extend East Rundberg Lane between Cameron Road and Ferguson Lane. The project includes an update to an existing preliminary engineering report, as well as design phase work up to 60%. Design phase work will include cost estimates for construction.

East Rundberg Lane Arterial Roadway

East Rundberg Lane is considered an arterial roadway. Arterial roadways are intended to carry higher amounts of traffic at a higher speed than neighborhood streets, and provide essential connections to the transportation network.
The East Rundberg extension, from Cameron Road to Ferguson Lane, is a proposed roadway connection designated in the Austin Metropolitan Area Transportation Plan (AMATP). The purpose of the East Rundberg Lane extension is to provide needed east-west connection across north Austin. The preliminary engineering report previously prepared in 2013 was funded using 2010 Bond funds. The funding allocated in the 2016 Mobility Bond is to advance the project further in the project development process.
To view the current proposed alignment for the East Rundberg Lane extension, click here.  The proposed alignment for the extension has been updated since a Preliminary Engineering Report for East Rundberg Lane was completed in July 2013.

Anticipated Project Timeline

The Corridor Mobility Team is currently working toward 60% design, which is funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond. The proposed project may be funded for full design and construction as future funding sources become available. There is not an estimated timeline for completion of design or construction at this time.
For more information about East Rundberg Lane, visit the Project Explorer
If you have a specific inquiry about East Rundberg Lane, contact Mandy McClendon at Corridors@AustinTexas.gov or 512-974-7899.

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