North Lamar Boulevard/Guadalupe Street –The City of Austin will gather feedback on mobility developments for the North Lamar Boulevard and Guadalupe Street corridors at a pop-in meeting on March 20 and a public open house at on March 8. Learn more.
The City of Austin will publicly launch a Proposed Corridor Construction Program, composed of improvements to be built on nine corridors throughout Austin with 2016 Mobility Bond funding and other funding sources. Details will be available Feb. 7 at AustinTexas.gov/CorridorMobility
South Congress Avenue – The City of Austin will gather feedback on mobility developments for the South Congress Avenue Corridor at a pop-in on Feb. 10 and a public open house at on Feb. 27. Learn more
South Pleasant ValleyRoad – The City of Austin will host a Public Open House and Resource Fair on Feb. 17 to gather public input on developments to the South Pleasant Valley Corridor. Learn more.
The City of Austin hosted a pop-in meeting on January 19 for the development of a Corridor Mobility Plan for Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd/FM 969. The City of Austin also hosted a public meeting for the corridor on January 23. You can provide feedback online at Publicinput.com/MLK969 until the end of February.
The first phase of public input for the Manchaca Road Corridor wrapped up at the end of January. The City of Austin will do more public outreach in summer 2018 to collect feedback on proposed mobility, safety, and connectivity recommendations for the corridor.
To better coordinate and increase efficiencies across the teams working on the local mobility programs, The Local Mobility Annual Plan, or LMAP, was created. The LMAP is an annual process designed to offer a transparent and flexible means of delivering a very dynamic, interdependent and complex set of Local Mobility Bond funded projects.
The first phase of public input was collected for development of the Manchaca Road Corridor Mobility Plan, through a public open house on Dec. 5, 2017 and a business forum on Dec. 6, 2017.
Public input on proposed mobility improvements to Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane launched Nov. 1. Provide feedback on line at AustinTexas.gov/BSWCorridors through the end of the day on Nov. 26, 2017.
Austin City Council received a briefing on Oct. 10, 2017 about the Corridor Mobility Program Prioritization Methodology. View the briefing here or read the report here.
The City of Austin is hosting public open houses on Nov. 1 and Nov. 2 to collect feedback on proposed mobility recommendations for Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive, and Brodie Lane. Learn more.
Starting this month, the City of Austin will be hosting a series of "pop-in meetings." At the "pop-ins," you'll be able to learn about the Corridor Mobility Program, talk with team members about the City's Corridor Mobility Plans, and provide feedback and ask questions. Times and dates for the pop-ins are below:
The City of Austin invites members of the community to attend the first public meeting regarding the 2016 Mobility Bond Project on Spicewood Springs Road. The meeting will be held Tuesday, Sept. 26, at 7 p.m. at Westover Church of Christ (8322 Mesa Drive, Austin, TX 78759). For more information about the Spicewood Springs Road project, visit AustinTexas.gov/SpicewoodSpringsRd.
2016 Mobility Bond Status Update & Bond-related City Council Items for May - A memo to Mayor and Council was distributed on April 24, providing the City Council with a status update on various bond programs and an outline of the items that are up for Council consideration during the May 4 City Council meeting. Read the memo.
Urban Trails: Northern Walnut Creek public meeting - On Tuesday, April 11, 2017, the City hosted a public meeting at Walnut Creek Elementary about Phase 2 of the Northern Walnut Creek trail. Learn more.
MBE/WBE and Small Business Enterprise Procurement Program Advisory Committee briefing - On Tuesday, April 4, 2017, City staff provided a briefing about the 2016 Mobility Bond to the citizen MBE/WBE and Small Business Enterprise Procurement Program Advisory Committee. The briefing may be viewed here.
Anderson Mill Road public meeting - City Staff presented at a meeting about Anderson Mill Road hosted by Council Member Jimmy Flannigan on Saturday, March 11. Staff provided information about the project scope, background and timeline.
Bike + Walk Talks - Throughout February and March, the Austin Transportation Department hosted a series of open house meetings and an Online Open House to solicit input from the community on development of a Pedestrian Safety Action Plan and the prioritization of needs in the Bicycle Master Plan. Prioritization of the Bicycle Master Plan will affect which projects are funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond.
2016 Mobility Bond Program Overview and Implementation Plan - City Council received a report and briefing slides about projects and prioritization processes for the first year of the bond program. View the briefing slides and accompanying report.
City Council approved the Corridor Improvements Consultant contract award On Feb. 9, 2017. The Consultant will work with City of Austin staff to conduct analysis and collect input for the 2016 Mobility Bond Corridor Improvement Projects. Read more.
On Dec. 15, 2016, City Council approved an initial allocation of $28 million in voter-authorized funds to begin work on corridor improvements and local mobility projects like sidewalks and bikeways. Read more.
The City hosted its first informational session on Dec. 7, 2016 about upcoming opportunities related to engineering, design, and construction for firms interested in working with the City of Austin. View information from that session.