We're hard at work to put mobility, safety and connectivity projects funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond on the ground. Here's where you'll find the latest news about Local, Corridor and Regional mobility improvements, including opportunities to get involved.
Contractor Outreach Webinar
Thank you to those who participated in the Corridor Outreach Program webinar held on Tuesday, June 23rd from 2 - 3 pm. We appreciate your time and interest invested in learning about the program’s upcoming opportunities.
If you were not able to join, you can view the recording of the presentation including the Q&A session.
- If you do not have a Microsoft Teams account, choose the option to watch on the web instead.
- Email questions to: Corridors@AustinTexas.gov
The City of Austin's Corridor Program Office (CPO) is nearing construction on many of the first of several Corridor Construction Program projects! While we've completed some smaller projects that addressed critical safety and mobility needs, we are entering an exciting time for large construction projects on major corridors.
We are working closely with the Small and Minority Business Resources Department (SMBR) to provide valuable information to potential contractors as we enter the construction phase of the Corridor Mobility Program.
Join CAMPO and Urban Trails for the Bergstrom Spur Virtual Open House
Interested in trails, transit, and mobility in South Austin? Join the Capital Area Metropolitan Organization (CAMPO) and the Austin Public Works Urban Trails Program online to learn about the Bergstrom Spur Platinum Planning Study. In this study, CAMPO and Urban Trails are exploring options to redevelop a former rail line into a corridor for walking and biking with potential for transit. View the open house and submit comments now through Friday, August 14th.
Share Your Input on Walking and Biking in MoPac/Southwest Parkway Neighborhoods
Due to other completed, planned, and potential projects to add connectivity in the area, the YBC (Y at Oak Hill) Trail project is currently on hold. While the Austin Public Works Urban Trails Program reexamines options for YBC Trail, the program is looking at other ways to make it easier and safer to walk and bike in neighborhoods along MoPac and Southwest Parkway. Funding is not currently identified for these smaller improvements, but your input can help us learn where improvements are most needed and move forward quickly, once funding is identified. Take this survey through Friday, September 4 to share what you’d like to see!
Click on the links below to read recent news releases regarding various projects and initiatives funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond.
High-Injury Roadways to receive safety improvements (July 7, 2020): Austin Transportation’s Vision Zero program identified 13 High-Injury Roadway sections to receive effective, low-cost safety improvements. The Vision Zero team analyzed the most recent five complete years of crash data...
Vision Zero: Intersection Safety construction begins at North Lamar/Payton Gin and Braker/Stonelake this week (June 2, 2020): Austin Transportation is beginning construction of safety and mobility improvements at two high-crash intersections in north Austin this week...
Two mile segment of protected bikeway opens on Shoal Creek Boulevard; construction begins next week at Shoal Creek Boulevard/45th Street (February 7, 2020): Austin Transportation has opened a newly completed section of the two-way protected bikeway on Shoal Creek Boulevard. This new section spans two miles between Foster Lane and Shoalmont Drive...
Community invited to provide feedback on upcoming safety and mobility projects funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond (December 16, 2019): The draft 2020 Mobility Annual Plan (MAP) and online interactive map, outlining projects to be taken up with funding from the 2016 Mobility Bond in 2020, is now available for review and comment. Projects outlined in the MAP include...
City of Austin to share Longhorn Dam recommended bridge alternative (December 10, 2019): The City of Austin is preparing to share a recommended alternative for a new pedestrian and bicycle bridge over Lady Bird Lake near Longhorn Dam, along with a refined suite of interim improvements to the existing bridge.
Intersection Safety/Vision Zero improvements completed at Slaughter Lane/South First Street (September 20, 2019): Austin Transportation has completed safety and mobility improvements at the intersection of Slaughter Lane and South First Street.
Interactive tool tracks progress on All Ages and Abilities Bicycle Network (September 16, 2019): Austin Transportation has launched an online tool that allows people to track its progress toward completing Austin's planned All Ages and Abilities Bicycle Network.
Join Austin Transportation Friday, Sept. 13 for a Manor Road celebration (September 11, 2019): The City of Austin Transportation and Economic Development departments invite members of the media to a community event to celebrate the recently completed protected bike lanes on Manor Road, from Clyde Littlefield Drive to Dean Keeton Street.
View our July 2020 e-Newsletter and get information on topics including:
- MLK Jr. Blvd/FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan
- Virtual Public Hearing Information
- Anderson Mill Road construction information
- Virtual Contractor Kickoff Webinar Information
View previous e-Newsletters by clicking on the links below:
Briefings to City Council, Boards & Commissions
City staff regularly provide briefings about the progress being made to implement the 2016 Mobility Bond and related programs and activities. These meetings are open to the public, and attendees have the opportunity to provide comments during citizen communication. Following are a list of upcoming briefings: