Author: Kate Harrington

What Will Become of the Downtown Children’s Museum Site?

As the Austin Children’s Museum gets ready to open the doors to its new home in the Mueller development, all eyes are turning to the […]

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Could Downtown Austin Get a Permanent Public Market?

A City of Austin economic impact study that came out earlier this year recommended exploring the possibility of a permanent market in downtown Austin. The […]

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Guadalupe and Lavaca Streets’ Transformation for MetroRapid

There have been some big changes recently on Guadalupe and Lavaca Streets that should make transit options more viable on those roadways. Two of Capital […]

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Construction on MoPac Express Lanes About to Start

Get ready to see some changes on MoPac Boulevard, also known as Loop 1. On Oct. 18, a groundbreaking ceremony for the MoPac Improvement Project […]

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Capital Metro Launches Search for a Plaza Saltillo Developer

The area around Plaza Saltillo has seen some significant transformation in the last few years: Capital Metro‘s Red Line train has a stop there, and […]

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Austin Bike Share Coming to Downtown in December

Good news for Austinites fed up with waiting for big transportation fixes: starting this December, the city is getting at least a little more mobility […]

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Drawing Austin’s Districts

October is shaping up to be a busy month for the commission in charge of drawing Austin’s first city council districts. The commission just completed […]

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UT Medical District’s Big Plans

In May of this year the University of Texas formally announced its plans for the new Dell Medical School and a medical district, to be […]

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Will I-35 See A Cap Someday?

Here’s the good news when it comes to potential solutions to address the congestion on I-35: from the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to the […]

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Project Connect’s Regional Transit Plan Moves Austin Forward

The only thing that seems to draw more ire from Austinites than sitting in traffic is debating the projects proposed to alleviate it. So get […]

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