As great as Austin is, we struggle with transportation and mobility. Whether you drive, walk, bike, or take transit, the City of Austin is working on ways to make getting around safer and easier.
To better understand the public's priorities for improving the transportation network, the City of Austin launched Mobility Talks. Between March 21 and May 13, 2016, the Austin community provided a wealth of feedback.
Click on the link below to read the Mobility Talks Public Engagement Report or the survey results per City Council District. Scroll down for additional information, including presentations and memos, that have been provided to City Council.
June 14: The conversation about transportation and mobility priorities continued during a public hearing at the Austin City Council’s Mobility Committee meeting. The Mobility Committee voted to recommend to the full Council that it begin with a $300 million proposal for discussions about funding future mobility projects.
June 16: The City Council discussed funding options at its regular meeting. See Item 27 and Item 34.
June 23: The City Council approved Resolution No. 20160623-083, which directs the City Manager to "develop recommended proposition language for council consideration by August 11, 2016 for placement on the November 2016 ballot requesting authority for the sale of $720 million in general obligation bonds..."