South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor

The City of Austin is creating a Corridor Mobility Plan for the South Pleasant Valley Road corridor, funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond. A Corridor Mobility Plan is a preliminary engineering report with recommendations to improve safety, mobility, and connectivity. The limits of the South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan are between Oltorf Street and Slaughter Lane.
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South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan

The goal of the South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan is to make recommendations that will enhance mobility, connectivity, and safety for all users—including people who drive, walk, bike, and take transit.
Development of the plan kicked off in winter 2017 and is expected to conclude by the end of 2018. Mobility recommendations in the South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan will not be funded for construction through the 2016 Mobility Bond, but may be funded for design and construction as future funding sources become available. 
Note: This is a conceptual map representing the Corridor Mobility Plan area. As part of the South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan, the Corridor Mobility Team will explore opportunities to connect South Pleasant Valley in order to improve safety, mobility and connectivity for users, which is consistent with the 2025 Austin Metropolitan Area Transportation Plan. No recommended improvements or alignments for South Pleasant Valley Road have been determined at this time.

Public Engagement

Join us for a Public Open House!
We heard about South Pleasant Valley's needs and existing conditions earlier this year. This feedback informed the proposed recommendations we'll present at the public meeting on Saturday, November 10.
The meeting is an open house format, so join us anytime. The event will feature new maps, free food, and an activity station for your children with a balloon artist and face painting. Habrá interpretación en Español. 
Date: Saturday, November 10 
Time: 10 a.m. – 12 p.m. (stop by anytime!)
Location: Mendez Middle School (5106 Village Square, Austin TX, 78744)

As part of the South Pleasant Valley Corridor Mobility Plan development, the City of Austin will seek input from the community through two rounds of public engagement. The first portion of public engagement occurred throughout Spring 2018. You can view a comprehensive summary of that phase of engagement here. Events that took place during phase one include:
  • A Public Open House & Resource Fair at Dove Springs Recreation Center, hosted in February 2018 (120 participants). To view the boards that were presented at this open house, click here
    • Resource Fair participants included: Vision Zero, Ghisallo Cycling Initiative, Austin Public Health, Neighborhood Housing & Community Development, Literacy Coalition of Central Texas, Sendero Health Plans, Amhiga Hispana, BCL of Texas, Berner Law, PLLC, El Niño y El Cuento, Sustainable Food Center, Mama Sana Vibrant Woman, LACE (Latino Arts, Culture, & Education), La Chilanguita, LAD Tax Services, ALLI Mexican Cuisine, Prinso Health Center
  • A survey that was shared at events, online, and through the Corridor Program Office e-newsletter, open from late January 2018 through early April 2018 (106 participants).
  • Nine presentations to AISD-area schools.
To stay informed about upcoming public engagement opportunities, sign up for updates on development of the South Pleasant Valley Road Corridor Mobility Plan. If you'd like to request a presentation for your organization about the South Pleasant Valley Corridor Mobility Plan, contact Mandy McClendon at Corridors@AustinTexas.gov or 512-974-7899.

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Click here to download a one-pager about South Pleasant Valley Road. Haz clic aquí para descargar una página con información acerca del South Pleasant Valley.

Anticipated Project Timeline

The development of the Corridor Mobility Plan for South Pleasant Valley Road launched in winter 2017, with a goal of concluding by late 2018.

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