Local Mobility Program

The 2016 Mobility Bond puts $137 million to local mobility projects. These projects are primarily delivered through the City of Austin's ongoing programs, such as the Sidewalk Program, the Active Transportation Program, Safe Routes to School, Transportation Safety Improvement Program, and Urban Trails. The Local Mobility Program will enhance mobility, safety, and connectivity by funding construction of new infrastructure like sidewalks, bikeways, and urban trails as well as improvements to existing infrastructure.
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Local Mobility Annual Plan
To better coordinate and increase efficiencies across the teams working on the local mobility programs, The Local Mobility Annual Plan, or LMAP,  was created. The LMAP is an annual process designed to offer a transparent and flexible means of delivering a very dynamic, interdependent and complex set of Local Mobility Bond funded projects. Click here to read the 2018 LMAP, view potential projects and provide feedback

Local Mobility Programs



Project Explorer

The Project Explorer is an interactive tool that provides access to information about projects and programs funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond Program. 
The 2016 Mobility Bond Program is just one source of funding for the City of Austin's Capital Improvement Program. In the future, you will be able to see information about projects funded by all sources, including the 2016 Mobility Bond.



Implementation Plan

Our goal is to complete the projects funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond in eight years. View our plan to accomplish that goal here or click on the slideshow below to see slides about the $137 million Local Mobility Program from a presentation provided to the Austin City Council in February 2017. View the entire presentation about the full $720 million 2016 Mobility Bond Program here


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