What is proposed for construction
In Spring 2018, the Austin City Council approved a Corridor Construction Program that includes mobility, safety, and connectivity improvements in the Guadalupe Street corridor area to accommodate multiple modes of transportation, including driving, walking, biking and taking transit.
These projects are expected to:
- reduce crashes and rehabilitate the pavement
- improve the effectiveness of transit
- create continuous ADA-compliant sidewalks along the entire length of the corridor
- maintain continuous bicycle facilities along the entire length of the corridor and add a dedicated bicycle lane to 24th Street.
More information about improvements for Guadalupe Street can be accessed by clicking on the following links:
Get more information about the Corridor Construction Program at AustinTexas.gov/CorridorMobility.
Guadalupe Street Corridor Mobility Plan
Corridor Mobility Plans were the basis for development of the Corridor Construction Program. The City of Austin finalized a Corridor Mobility Plan for Guadalupe Street in December 2017.
This plan recommends improvements for safety, mobility, sustainability, and quality-of-life along Guadalupe Street between Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to West 29th Street, West 24th Street between Guadalupe Street and North Lamar Boulevard and Nueces Street from 24th Street to Guadalupe Street.
Click on the links below to read the plan.
- Guadalupe Street - FINAL Report
- Appendix A - Corridor Conceptual Plans
- Appendix B - Public Involvement
- Appendix C - Public Meeting Boards (see Austin Transportation Department website)
- Appendix D - Health Impact Assessment
- Appendix E - Existing Conditions Traffic Analysis Report and Proposed Conditions
- Appendix F - Center for Transportation Research's Dynamic Traffic Modeling Study
- Appendix G - Capital Metro's Ridership Memorandums
- Appendix H - UT's Guadalupe Street Corridor Safety Study and Recommendations
- Appendix I - Existing Land Use Map
The following outreach was conducted over the course of the Corridor Mobility Plan development process:
- Open house meeting December 13, 2015 to collect initial input on corridor conditions and mobility needs (~80 attendees)
- Open house meeting on May 11, 2016 to get public feedback on the preferred scenario (~80 attendees)
- Business open house meeting on May 11, 2016
- Multiple updates and discussions with business and neighborhood groups
- Online survey (see results of online survey and printed surveys)
Click here to learn about outreach conducted during development of the Corridor Construction Program.