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MobilityATX is a three-month long initiative that invites all Austinites to provide short-term policy solutions and ideas aimed at improving transportation in Austin. The most popular and salient ideas the community produces will be delivered to city and municipal government officials for consideration.
Commuter and Light Rail has the greatest chance to encourage more compact housing and human services while reducing highway construction and congestion. The article below says it all referencing Dallas / Fort Worth, Houston and Austin.
I want to keep Uber and Lyft in Austin, and I want to do it in a way where passengers have a meaningful choice that makes them feel safer.
That’s always been the goal.
Now that we have a verified…
Support Reconnect Austin's vision of an I-35 that's buried through the center of downtown, correcting the fifty-year-old mistake of dividing the city by a big ugly highway. It might be the only chance in a generation to remove this physical…
Anderson Mill Rd from Hwy 620 to Hwy 183 has become a major commuter route over the last 5 years. Accidents along the 1 mile improved section since 2012 are 1/2 the # of accidents along the unimproved 1 mile…
According to the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, 130,000 vehicles currently travel MOPAC between between Slaughter Lane and downtown every single day.
That is a problem we are not going to be able to bike lane our way out of.