Transportation

TOD Activity Heats Up in Leander

More than a decade ago, when work on Capital Metro’s Red Line commuter train line began, planning work also started on what was intended to […]

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Transportation

Capital Metro Board Approves Major System Overhaul

Capital Metro is making one of the biggest overhauls ever undertaken on its bus system, to go into effect next June. The changes will affect […]

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Alan Graham Seeks to Expand Community First Village

Austin businesses and organizations are throwing their support behind a development – but this isn’t a mixed-use tower or Class A office building. The development […]

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Transportation

Capital Express Plan Proposes Drastic I-35 Changes

On October 30, TxDOT officials along with State Sen. Kirk Watson announced a sweeping new plan for a 33-mile stretch of the I-35 corridor that […]

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Developer Sues AISD Over Alamo Drafthouse Bid

Alamo Drafthouse Cinema is hoping to move its headquarters to one of the properties that the Austin Independent School District is selling or leasing, but […]

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Moody’s: Austin is No. 1 for Amazon’s HQ2

With Amazon’s announcement that it will be selecting a U.S. city for its HQ2, speculation about which city is widespread. But when Moody’s Analytics made […]

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Transportation

Cap Metro Launches More Frequent Service, New Round Rock Routes

Capital Metro has begun new bus service to Round Rock, and will increase the frequency of its existing MetroRapid lines. The three new Round Rock […]

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Can Austin Win Amazon?

It’s rare that so many professionals in Austin would be buzzing about a long-shot deal, but it’s also a rare kind of announcement that has […]

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Greater Austin

Austin’s Autumn of Restaurants

Austin’s restaurant scene is set to expand this fall in an explosive way, with new openings popping up all over the city. North Central Austin […]

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From Investors to Council, Efforts to Increase Affordable Housing

Austin saw the start of several initiatives aimed at increasing affordable housing in Central Texas during the first week of August. On Aug. 3 City […]

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