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The planned improvements to Manor Road at Cherrywood Road are designed to increase multimodal mobility and safety by installing new left turning lanes, transit stops, pedestrian and bicycle infrastructure and upgrading existing facilities. Improvements include a new raised crosswalk, new shared use paths, new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)-accessible curb ramps, restriped high-visibility crosswalks, and upgraded signal phasing to enhance connectivity for everyone traveling through the area.
Two new dedicated left turn lanes for people heading east on Manor Road and north on Cherrywood Road
Upgraded sidewalks and shared use paths on Manor Road and Cherrywood Road approaching the intersection, with enough space for people walking and people riding bikes
Upgraded pedestrian infrastructure, including restriped high-visibility crosswalks and new ADA-accessible curb ramps on all four corners • Upgraded bicycle facilities, including new ramps for people riding bikes on the shared use paths
Reconfiguration of the right turn pocket at southbound Cherrywood/westbound Manor Road, providing safer turns for CapMetro buses and a new raised crosswalk
Driveway modifications to increase safety and reduce the number of conflict points
New and relocated CapMetro bus stops for easier customer access
Austin Transportation began construction in August 2021 with crews working one corner of the intersection at a time.
After completing work on the northeast and northwest corners of the intersection, contractors are set to move to the southwest corner on Nov. 20, where they will be working for approximately 6-8 weeks.
Construction is expected to be completed in March 2022. The intersection will remain open and passable at all times during construction.
These improvements are made possible through a combination of funding from the City of Austin’s Mobility Bonds and Quarter Cent programs as well as CapMetro. In April 2020, Austin City Council allocated $634,000 of Quarter Cent Program funds as the primary funding source for improvements to improve the intersection. The Quarter Cent Program administers funds received by the City from approximately 25% of CapMetro’s 2001-2004 sales tax revenue towards local transportation infrastructure projects selected by City Council.
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For questions about the project, email Manuel Gallegos or call (512) 974-6575.
For media inquiries, call (512) 974-8000.