Slaughter Lane Corridor

Transportation and mobility improvements are coming to Slaughter Lane between FM 1826 and Vertex Boulevard as part of the Corridor Construction Program, funded in part by the 2016 Mobility Bond
The projects, which will help improve mobility, safety and connectivity, are in the design phase. Preliminary engineering is the first part of the design phase.
During preliminary engineering, the following activities take place:
  • Land surveying
  • Soil sampling and pavement condition assessments
  • Community outreach
  • Refining design of the improvements
Learn more about preliminary engineering on our FAQ page.
Click here to view a timeline of major milestones and activities.

Learn about Slaughter Lane's Planned Improvements

We are seeking feedback on mobility, safety and connectivity improvements to be constructed on Slaughter Lane. These improvements are in design.
On Wednesday, August 22, 2018, we hosted an open house meeting from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. at Bethany Lutheran Church, 3701 W Slaughter Ln, Austin, TX, 78749. At the meeting, we provided information about planned improvements for Slaughter Lane and got community feedback that will help refine the design of the improvements.
If you were unable to attend, you still have an opportunity to review the informational materials from the open house and provide input using the links below. 
If you would like to sign up to receive updates about Slaughter Lane or other roadways that are being improved by the 2016 Mobility Bond, click here.
Please Note: The official comment period for the open house meeting closed on Thursday, September 6, 2018. While input provided after this date will be considered by the project team, it may not be captured as part of the official summary for the open house meeting, which will be posted on this webpage when it is available. 

Display Boards


Interactive Maps

Image of display boards. Click to download PDF of all boards.
Your Slaughter Lane Team palm card. Click to download handouts
Slaughter Lane Web Map
If you would prefer to download a PDF of the preliminary improvements layout for Slaughter Lane, click here.

Would you like to contact the Slaughter Lane corridor team? You can submit comments and/or questions in-person at the Corridor Program Office, 5202 East Ben White Boulevard, or by sending an email to

Corridor Construction Program

In spring 2018, the Austin City Council approved a Corridor Construction Program that includes mobility, safety, and connectivity improvements on Slaughter Lane from FM 1826 to Vertex Boulevard.
These projects are expected to:
  • reduce vehicular delay and crashes
  • improve the effectiveness of transit
  • create continuous ADA-compliant sidewalks along the entire length of the corridor
  • create continuous bicycle facilities along the entire length of the corridor
Get more information about the Corridor Construction Program at
Slaughter Lane Summary of Improvements

Slaughter Lane Corridor Mobility Plan

Slaughter Lane Corridor Mobility Plan
The City of Austin is currently finalizing a Corridor Mobility Plan for Slaughter Lane.
This plan recommends short and long-term improvements for mobility and safety along the Slaughter Lane corridor.
The Corridor Mobility Plan was the basis for development of the Corridor Construction Program.
The full Corridor Mobility Plan for Slaughter Lane is expected to be available soon.

Stakeholder Engagement

The City of Austin is committed to open and transparent processes as well engaging the community to ensure that the public’s priorities and opinions are heard. In the spring and fall of 2017, during development of the Corridor Construction Program, the Corridor Program Office conducted community engagement for Slaughter Lane. Engagement opportunities included public meetings/open houses, stakeholder meetings, and an online survey and input map.
After reviewing the preliminary recommendations for Slaughter Lane, the majority of the community supported the improvements.
  • More than 70% of participants said they supported the recommendations related to pedestrian infrastructure.
  • About 65% of respondents supported the recommendations related to improving safety along the Slaughter Lane corridor.
  • In the areas of safety and mobility, respondents said the City "got it right" for each of the modes considered (driving, walking, biking, and taking transit) at a rate of more than half to about 70%.

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