You have local knowledge about the best ways to walk, bike, or roll within your community. With your insight, we can better plan for the future of Austin’s sidewalks, urban trails, and bikeways.

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Review and Comment on the Draft Plans

The draft versions of each plan are now available for public review and comment through March 20, 2023!

Upcoming Presentations

Residents can hear presentations and share feedback on any of these draft plans by attending or speaking at the following boards and commissions meetings. To comment at any Board and Commission meeting by phone or in person please contact the staff liaison of the specific board or commission.


Past Public Outreach

Over the past two years, we’ve heard from thousands of community members through polls, online surveys, virtual meetings, and out on the street through our Community Ambassador program. This community input has shaped the draft Urban Trails; Bicycle; and Sidewalks, Crossing, and Shared Streets Plans. Review a complete summary of the equity-centered planning process and public outreach efforts.

  • ATX Walk Bike Roll Survey: 4,411 people gave input on a survey that was open from August 10 - September 26 2021. View the ATX Walk Bike Roll Survey Summary
  • Community Ambassador Program: learn what insights our community ambassadors gained from August – December 2021 in the ATX Walk Bike Roll Community Ambassador Phase 1 Report.
  • ATX Walk Bike Roll Public Input Map: An online mapping tool was open from January 18 - March 7, 2022. The map asked residents to pinpoint where they’d like to see improvements to Austin’s walking and biking routes.
  • Choosing Our Path Survey: Residents gave input on three possible scenarios for urban trails, bikeways, and shared streets, policy ideas, and pedestrian crossings from September 7 - October 23, 2022.

Review Past Meetings and Materials

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