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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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ASMP Amendments

The ASMP began its amendment process in 2021 per City Council Resolution No. 20200610-002. After internal collaboration across multiple City departments, the ASMP team began taking public feedback on proposed new policies in October 2021. In November 2021 the City began asking for feedback on updates to the Street Network Table and Map. The first round of public engagement for this process ended on January 30, 2022, and the ASMP team released a Round 1 Public Engagement Report summarizing all of the feedback staff received from the community on both the proposed policies and Street Network Amendments. 
 
The second round of public engagement began on February 28, 2022 and closed on March 31, 2022. The Round 2 Public Engagement Report was released to summarize feedback received.  The ASMP team also presented to several Boards and Commissions and Council Mobility Committee during Round 2; recordings and information from these presentations can be found below.
 
The final draft of the proposed ASMP Amendments will now go to City Council for a public hearing and consideration from Council. See below for details on the final draft of amendments, as well as information on how to remain involved through this final stretch of the amendment process.
 

Policy Document

The ASMP Team released a full, redlined ASMP document to reflect the amendments proposed during this process, as well as an amendment log that reflects all of the changes. The proposed changes can be found using the bookmarks in the document or the page number referenced in the amendment log. A clean ASMP Policy document with amendment changes applied is also available for review.

Street Network Map

You can view the final draft of theproposed amendments in our Street Network Amendments Storymap Presentation, which also outlines several changes to what we are proposing based on feedback received. The amendments proposed in this Storymap presentation are the amendments that will be presented to City Council for adoption. 

The Street Network Amendments Storymap Presentations from Round 1 and Round 2 remain available for reference. 

Printable materials are available, including:

Next Steps to Provide Feedback

Provide Feedback

The ASMP team is now taking the final step in this amendment process. with the Public Hearing at City Council. The City Council will hold a public hearing for these amendments on May 19, 2022 at City Hall Council Chambers, 301 W. Second St. The meeting will be viewable through the ATXN website.

City Council’s meeting begins at 10 a.m, but we do not yet know the item number for the ASMP Amendments. Comments on the proposed amendment(s) from any member of the public will be heard during the Public Hearing. To participate at this Public Hearing, you may either attend virtually by viewing the meeting online and registering to speak in advance, or by going to City Hall and attending in-person. For additional information on how to participate in the meeting, visit the City Clerk’s Public Participation page.

You can view an example of the ASMP Amendment presentation that our team has given throughout the Boards & Commissions process to better understand the amendment process so far.

Presentations to Boards and Commissions:

If you have any issues accessing these materials, please email ASMP@AustinTexas.gov.

In addition, subscribing to Austin Mobility News is a great way to stay informed about what is happening with the ASMP, as well as other City mobility happenings.

Join the ASMP mailing list to receive ASMP-specific updates.

Plan Components

Plan Components

Policy Document

Full plan document

View the complete ASMP policy document or download the accessible version of the 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

Maps

These interactive maps reflect our future transportation plans for the entire city. Adopted maps include current and future roadway capacity projects, sidewalk system prioritization, the public transportation system, the bicycle system, the urban trail system, and the high-injury network.

Click on a map to learn more about a specific transportation system, and turn layers on and off to compare different systems. Zoom in on specific areas of the maps to see the information most relevant to you. The layers in these maps are also available for download.

High injury transit map sidewalk map roadway map public trans map bicycle map urban trail street network map click map

 

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.

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. 

Stay Connected

We need YOU on board to reach our community's mobility goals! Come along for the ride: