Your opportunity to provide feedback in Phase 1 of the Spicewood Springs Regional Mobility Project is nearing a close. The online comment mapping tool will close to additional comments at the end of the day, Oct. 31.
Don't fret, though - we're still around! If you're a member of a group that meets regularly, such as an Home Owners or Renters Association, Neighborhood Association, book club, church group, etc., we're happy to come to you! Email Cheyenne.Krause@AustinTexas.gov to submit a question or request a small-group presentation at your Neighborhood Association, book club, church group, etc.
After the online mapping tool is closed, we'll post the comments we've received online and they will be the basis for the preliminary engineering recommendations that will be developed over the coming months. Staff will report back to the community with draft recommendations in Summer 2018.
As a reminder, the 2016 Mobility Bond provides $17 million for preliminary engineering, design and construction of safety and mobility improvements on Spicewood Springs Road between Loop 360 and Mesa Drive. Improvements have not been designed but may include expansion from a two-lane section to a four-lane divided roadway, along with signals, sidewalks, bike facilities, and driveway reconstruction.
For more information about the 2016 Mobility Bond, visit AustinTexas.gov/2016Bond.
This update was sent to the Spicewood Springs Road Regional Mobility Project stakeholder list on Wednesday, Oct. 25. Click here to subscribe to automatically receive updates about Spicewood Springs Road.