getting there together

The ASMP is Austin's first comprehensive, multimodal transportation plan, and guides our short- and long-term transportation projects, programs, initiatives, and investments. Adopted in April 2019, the ASMP plans for all the ways we get around Austin. This includes driving, walking, bicycling, rolling and taking public transportation.

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Plan Components

Plan Components

Policy Document

Full plan document as amended in 2022

View the complete ASMP policy document 

Individual chapters

Executive Summary and Introduction

Chapter 1: Prioritizing Our Safety

  • Safety Culture | Designing for Safety | Safe Behaviors

Chapter 2: Managing Our Demand

  • Land Use | Parking | Curb Management | Transportation Demand Management Programming | Shared Mobility

Chapter 3: Supplying Our Transportation Infrastructure

  • Sidewalk System | Roadway System | Public Transportation System | Bicycle System | Urban Trail System | Condition of Infrastructure | Emerging Mobility Solutions | Aviation

Chapter 4: Operating Our Transportation Network

  • Transportation Operations | Closures and Detours | Goods Movement

Chapter 5: Protecting Our Health and Environment

  • Public Health | Air and Climate | Water and Stormwater | Land and Ecology

Chapter 6: Supporting Our Community

  • Equity | Affordability | Accessibility | Public Interaction

Chapter 7: Implementing Our Plan

  • Data | Collaboration | Financial Strategies | Action Table

Appendices

Street Network Table

The ASMP Street Network Table and Street Network Map show Austin’s vision for improvements to the street network over the next 20+ years. They went into effect on April 21, 2019, replacing the 2025 AMATP Roadway Table and Map, and were amended on June 9, 2022.

The Street Network Table and Map include roads that are within the jurisdictional boundaries of the City of Austin. They are used to identify right of way dedication requirements to accommodate future roadway conditions (referred to as Dedication of Right of Way in the Land Development Code).

These future roadway conditions found in the table include a description of the multimodal elements within the right of way. The map reflects all of the systems that make up our roadways. 

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