What works for Austin?
Small fixes or big solutions?
After months of crowdsourcing, it’s time to turn all of our small fixes into Austin’s big solutions. How can a compound approach of multiple fixes coalesce into coherent public policy? We’ll study other cities from around the country to find models for Austin to mirror, or avoid. In this topic, Austinites will come together and help us finalize solutions for our public town hall and final policy product.
Is there any interest in calling for a "resurrection" of the Dillo (but charging this time), to ease the flow of people and cars in/near downtown? It would be especially helpful for commuters who ride the bus or MetroRail in…
What good does it do to create all these jobs if you can’t get to the one you have because you’re stuck in traffic?
The ETC Institute just released a survey about how Austinites perceive the job we’re doing at…
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…
Traffic congestion is one of the worst aspects of living in Austin, yet our government officials continue the grossly inefficient utilization of our roads with an almost complete disregard for the time and fuel wasted every day by thousands of…
Please make all heavily used roads safer: case in point is Jollyville Rd between Balcones Woods and Barrington. We need sidewalks!
Drivers use this as an alternative route to 183 to avoid the back up at the curve near Catfish…