The Multimodal Community Advisory Committee (MCAC) is an advisory group to both the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP) and Capital Metro’s Project Connect. The MCAC reviews plans, data and outcomes and provides guidance to both project teams.

The MCAC was created to ensure that both initiatives consider the insights and diverse perspectives of our community.

When creating the MCAC, we reached out to individuals and groups within the community. We also worked with the Austin City Council to spread the word and make sure our committee members represented the varied opinions and perspectives of our city. The Committee structure is intentionally flexible to make it easier for community members to participate – whether they have feedback on both plans, or want to weigh in on specific aspects of them.

Because the ASMP has been adopted by Austin City Council as of April 11, 2019, meetings of the Multimodal Community Advisory Committee have concluded. Community members interested in continuing to participate in Project Connect are urged to contact the Project Connect Action Network.

Previous Meetings & Materials

NOTE: These calendar dates may not include special-called meetings of the MCAC specific to Project Connect.

Feb. 5, 2019 - Austin Energy Town Lake Center Building, Assembly Room 130 (721 Barton Springs Rd, Austin, TX 78704)

Nov. 28, 2018 - Capital Metro Headquarters (2910 East 5th St.)

Oct. 9, 2018 - Capital Metro Headquarters (2910 East 5th St.)

June 27, 2018 - Capital Metro Headquarters (2910 East 5th Street)

Feb. 12, 2018 - 6 p.m. at the Street Jones Building 4th Floor Conference Room (1000 E. 11th St.)

Aug. 8, 2017

June 29, 2017 – ASMP-focused meeting of the MCAC

  • ASMP Presentation: June 29, 2017 (pdf)
  • Sign-in sheet: June 29, 2017
  • "Chip Game" maps
    The MCAC members split up into four groups, and members of the public were one group. Each group/table was given a set amount of chips representing a variety of different transportation investments such as "new road connection" or "premium transit". The groups could use their existing, set amount of pieces to "invest" around Austin or they could trade in pieces to pay for the cost of a replacement piece of another type. This meant potentially giving up additional investment of some type in exchange for investment of another. These maps are the result of the MCAC members' response in groups. Refer to the presentation linked above for more detailed instructions about the exercise. 

April 26, 2017

Jan. 17, 2017

Oct. 17 and Dec. 14, 2016 – Orientation Meetings