Through ATX Walk Bike Roll, the City of Austin is working to update our sidewalk, urban trails, and bicycle plans. These plans will guide how we build urban trails, sidewalks, crosswalks, and bike lanes. They will also identify where we need them most. We’re exploring new options for traveling and getting outside, and we’ll need your feedback along the way.
The Public Works Department manages the City of Austin's Capital Project Delivery projects through all phases of design, construction, and inspection. Projects range from street reconstruction and water/wastewater infrastructure improvements to new fire stations and libraries.
Use CIVIC to view interactive project maps; find descriptions, current status and funding sources; and see current and planned spending reports and key project updates.
The Public Works Department Sidewalk Program is responsible for installing miles of sidewalks in Austin for transportation and recreational use. The Americans with Disabilities Act is a driving factor in making sure that the right-of-way along Austin's streets are safe and accessible for all.
Through the Neighborhood Partnering Program (NPP) Austin residents can work together to enhance the places they live, work, and play. Over 60 community-initiated projects have been completed since the program first launched in 2010.
The Safe Routes to School Program helps children choose human power to get to school. Through crossing guards, education, outreach, and infrastructure projects, we aim to make sure elementary and middle school students across Austin can walk, bike, and roll safely.
El Programa Senderos Urbanos crea, promueve y mantiene la red de senderos urbanos de Austin. Nuestra meta es que está red ayude a personas de todas edades y habilidades a viajar de un extremo a otro de la ciudad de un manera segura y saludable.
Los Senderos Urbanos son:
Composed of professional and technically skilled staff, Public Works Street and Bridge Operations manages and maintains public right-of-way infrastructure including streets, bridges, sidewalks, guardrails, trees and vegetation. Our five divisions patch potholes, resurface streets, repair utility cuts, maintain the City’s medians, right-of-way maintenance on trees, and respond after storms.