Slaughter Lane Preliminary Mobility Recommendations
The City of Austin is developing a Corridor Mobility Plan for Slaughter Lane between FM 1826 and Vertex Boulevard. The goal of the Corridor Mobility Plan is to make recommendations to enhance mobility, connectivity, and safety for all users—including people who drive, walk, bike, and take transit.
Earlier this year, the community provided input on what improvements they'd like to see on Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane. The City of Austin used that information along with technical assessments of the existing infrastructure and data, such as traffic volumes, crashes and anticipated demand, to develop preliminary recommendations to improve mobility, safety, and connectivity for all roadway users.
View the preliminary recommendations
Click here or on the image below to view the recommendations. See frequently asked questions about the recommendations.
How the recommendations are developed
Many factors are being considered to develop the recommendations for mobility improvements in the Slaughter Lane Corridor Mobility Plan. What is available now are preliminary recommendations. Feedback provided will be considered as the plan is completed.
Earlier this year, the community provided input on what improvements they'd like to see on Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane. Oprima aquí para la información en español.
The development of the Corridor Mobility Plan for Slaughter Lane launched in Spring 2017 and will conclude by the end of 2017. Oprima aquí para la información en español.
Click on the link above to learn more about development of the William Cannon Drive Corridor Mobility Plan.
Click on the link above to learn more about development of the Brodie Lane Preliminary Engineering Report.