We're hard at work to put mobility, safety and connectivity projects funded by the Austin Mobility Bonds on the ground. Here's where you'll find the latest news about Local, Corridor and Regional mobility improvements, including opportunities to get involved.
Click on the links below to read recent news releases regarding various projects and initiatives funded by the Austin Mobility Bonds.
Capital Delivery Services and Transportation and Public Works Departments invite the public to Learn About the Next Section of the Red Line Trail to Be Built in a Virtual Open House (August 2023).
Austin's Urban Trails Begins Construction on the Austin to Manor Urban Trail This Month (April 2023).
Austin Public Works and Austin Transportation welcome the public to Review and Provide Feedback on the ATX Walk Bike Roll Draft Plans (Jan 2023).
Community Celebration of New Northern Walnut Creek Trail Extension (Feb 2023) The 1.3-mile Northern Walnut Creek Trail extension was designed and constructed by Austin Public Work's Urban Trails Program and connects Walnut Creek Metropolitan Park to Oakbrook Dr. The trail was made possible with funding from the 2016 Mobility Bond and funds from the City of Austin Parks and Recreation Department.
Review and Provide Feedback on the ATX Walk Bike Roll Draft Plans (Jan 2023) Community members can review and comment on the Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets; Urban Trail; and/or Bicycle draft plans now through March 20, 2023.
Visit the ATX Walk Bike Roll Choosing Our Path virtual open house (Sept 2022) give feedback on three scenarios for the future of Austin's urban trails, sidewalks, and bikeway networks. The virtual open house and survey are open through October 23.
Construction Underway on East Yager Lane Transformation (April 2022): In 2023 residents, students and families in northeast Austin will be able to stroll or bicycle comfortably on a continuous, ADA-accessible pathway along East Yager Lane. The City kicked off construction of improvements to reshape the thoroughfare into a more walkable street while improving safety for all road users.