Smart Corridors

The corridors slated for improvement are North Lamar, South Lamar, Airport, Riverside, Burnet, East MLK/969, Guadalupe, and Slaughter/William Cannon. Corridor improvements are focused on addressing traffic congestion, improving safety, and allowing for transportation choices like walking, bicycling, or taking mass transit.

 

Completing the long-term improvements in each corridor plan will result in significant decreases in congestion. The package also features the next round of corridor planning for the following roads: William Cannon, Slaughter, North Lamar, Guadalupe, East and West Rundberg, East Colony Loop, Manchaca, South Congress, and South Pleasant Valley.

 

Total Cost of Improvements: $482 million

Regional Mobility

These roads help move people around our city and are significant safety and congestion pain points that must be addressed. They are Loop 360, Spicewood Springs, Anderson Mill, 620 & 2222, Parmer Lane, and Old Bee Caves Road.

 

Total Cost of Improvements: $101 million

Local Mobility

Ensuring that folks can move by all four modes of transportation is important to Austinites, so there will be funding for sidewalks, safe routes to school, bicycling infrastructure, urban trails, and fatality reduction strategies at intersections.

 

There will also be funds to improve the following substandard roads: Falwell Lane, William Cannon Overpass Bridge, FM 1626, Cooper Lane, Ross Road, Circle S Road, Rutledge Spur, Davis Lane, Latta Drive/Brush Country Road, Johnny Morris Road, and Brodie Lane.

 

Total Cost of Improvements: $137 million