The City of Austin is developing Corridor Mobility Plans for Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive, and a Preliminary Engineering Report for Brodie Lane. The plans and report will identify short-, medium- and long-term transportation, mobility and safety improvements along the roadways. The City of Austin will be seeking public feedback at the open house on proposed mobility, safety, and connectivity recommendations on all three corridors. The feedback collected during these meetings and online will be considered as the City finalizes the plans and report.
Development of the Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive Corridor Mobility Plans are funded through City of Austin’s 2016 Mobility Bond, which allocates $482 million to Corridor Improvement Projects. That includes funding for construction on some or all of seven other corridors in addition to Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive.
The 2016 Mobility Bond also provides funding for the development of a Preliminary Engineering Report for Brodie Lane. Although funding for recommendations in the Brodie Lane Preliminary Engineering Report is not available through the 2016 Mobility Bond, those recommendations will be considered for future funding opportunities.
Learn more at AustinTexas.gov/BSWCorridors.