The Active Transportation and Street Design Division designs projects with a "complete streets" approach to provide people of all ages and abilities safe and comfortable travel options - whether you are rolling, walking or driving.
The City of Austin’s Project Connect Office works collaboratively with other City departments and our Project Connect partners, Austin Transit Partnership and Capital Metro to implement the Project Connect components. Project Connect is the City’s high-capacity transit system expansion, which includes light rail lines, a downtown subway, an expanded bus system, park and rides, and an all-electric fleet. It is a component of the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan.
Congress Avenue is considered the "Main Street of Texas" with leading views toward the Texas State Capitol, historic architecture and direct connections to both the natural and urban spaces of Austin. The street requires special attention and a variety of initiatives are underway to make Congress Avenue accessible for everyone.
The East 51st Street Mobility Project is planned as a revitalization of the corridor from I-35 to Berkman Drive.
Austin Transportation is proposing to extend East Braker Lane from Dawes Place to Samsung Boulevard. Sign up to receive email updates.
Austin Transportation is making improvements around the intersection of Manor Road, Cherrywood Road and Chestnut Avenue to increase mobility and safety.
The City of Austin is proposing the Pressler Street Extension Project to help better connect Austin.
In partnership with Capital Metro's MetroRapid premium bus service, transit priority lanes are designed to help move people through downtown safer and faster! The specially striped BUS ONLY lanes are designated lanes for transit vehicles and cars making right turns. To the right of the transit priority lane is a designated bike lane.