Latta Drive/Brush Country Substandard Street Project
The City of Austin evaluated Latta Drive/Brush Country Road as part of the 2016 Mobility Bond. This preliminary engineering project evaluated road conditions for possible future design and construction opportunities for Latta Drive/Brush Country Road between William Cannon Drive and Tiffany Drive.
Preliminary Engineering Recommendations
Final Preliminary Engineering Report
This report recommends safety and mobility improvements on Latta Drive and Brush Country Road between William Cannon Drive and Tiffany Drive.
Click on the links below to read the Latta Drive/Brush Country Road recommendations:
The City of Austin is evaluated Latta Drive/Brush Country Road as a part of the Local Mobility Program of the 2016 Mobility Bond. This project evaluated road conditions, missing sidewalks, curbs, and drainage elements to enhance mobility and safety for all road users.
Approved by voters in November 2016, the Mobility Bond dedicates $11 million for preliminary engineering on nine substandard streets, including Latta Drive/Brush Country Road. Substandard streets are publicly owned roadways within the City of Austin’s jurisdiction that do not meet current City of Austin requirements because they have pavement widths that are less than 24 feet and typically lack some curb and gutter, drainage, bicycle accommodations, and sidewalk infrastructure. Funding to design and construct improvements on the substandard streets has not been identified.
This project included a review of existing conditions, such as traffic counts, crash data, and pinch points, as well as a review of constraints, such as right-of-way and utilities, and coordination with the City’s adopted transportation plans and policies. Community engagement was coordinated throughout the project to share information and collect feedback.
A Preliminary Engineering Report was completed in early 2019. Currently, there are no construction funds allocated for Latta Drive/Brush Country Road improvements, but having a Preliminary Engineering Report allows the City to move forward quickly if funding is identified.
Public Meeting 1: January 31, 2018
The Latta Drive/Brush Country Road project team hosted the first public meeting on January 31, 2018 to get community feedback on Latta Drive/Brush Country Road’s needs and existing conditions.
Public Meeting 2: September 19, 2018
The Latta Drive/Brush Country Road project team hosted the second public meeting on September 19, 2018. The purpose of this meeting was to share recommendations for improvements to Latta Drive/Brush Country Road and get feedback.
The City of Austin wants to hear from residents and business owners who live, work, play and use Latta Drive/Brush Country Road.
Email 2016Bond@austintexas.gov to submit questions and comments about this project.
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