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.
2021 ASMP Policy Amendments Survey
The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP) is getting its first tweaks and we need your input. The ASMP is a living document that we want to reflect our community’s needs and experiences. Recent global and local events since adoption have led the ASMP Team to analyze the existing ASMP policies and now we’re suggesting a few new ones we’d like your thoughts on.
If you have any questions or comments about the ASMP or this amendment process, please email ASMP@austintexas.gov.
Take our survey
Please review the three new proposed policies here and take our short survey. Take the survey in English here.
To request a copy of the survey by mail, please email ASMP@austintexas.gov.
Revise las tres nuevas políticas propuestas aquí y responda nuestra breve encuesta. Responda nuestra encuesta en español aquí.
Para solicitar una copia de la encuesta por correo, envíe un correo electrónico a ASMP@austintexas.gov.
Later this year, there will be another input opportunity regarding changes to the Street Network Map. Your input will help shape what the ASMP Team brings to City Council for consideration in Spring 2022.
Full plan document
Safety Culture | Designing for Safety | Safe Behaviors
Land Use | Parking | Curb Management | Transportation Demand Management Programming | Shared Mobility
Sidewalk System | Roadway System | Public Transportation System | Bicycle System | Urban Trail System | Condition of Infrastructure | Emerging Mobility Solutions | Aviation
Transportation Operations | Closures and Detours | Goods Movement
Public Health | Air and Climate | Water and Stormwater | Land and Ecology
Equity | Affordability | Accessibility | Public Interaction
Data | Collaboration | Financial Strategies | Action Table
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.
- 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.
We need YOU on board to reach our community's mobility goals! Come along for the ride:
- Learn about the plan's development and implementation on our About the ASMP page.
- Subscribe to the weekly Austin Mobility News email newsletter.
- Follow the City's Mobility Outcome departments on social media: @austinmobility, @ATXcorridors, @AUStinAirport, /ATXTransportation, /ATXPublicWorks and /AustinAirport.
- Email the team at ASMP@austintexas.gov.
- April 15, 2021: Austin's 20-year mobility plan makes progress in first two years
- March 4, 2021: Council approves funding release for 2020 mobility bond
- December 21, 2020: 2020 Safety and Mobility Highlights for Austin Transportation
- December 11, 2020: Council Approves Street Impact Fees to Pay for New Growth