Transportation

Austin Moves Forward with $720 million Mobility Bond

Austin City Council members have voted to move forward with a $720 million mobility bond, and have until Aug. 22 to put a proposition on […]

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How Columbus Beat Austin in the Smart City Challenge

There was a lot of optimism in the air when, during SXSW, U.S. Transportation Sec. Anthony Foxx announced the finalists for the Smart City Challenge […]

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I-35 Projects On the Way

I-35 commuters, take note: construction on projects in South and North Austin are on the way. In North Austin, plans for improvements at I-35 and […]

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68-Year-Old Redbud Trail Bridge To Be Replaced

The bridge to one of Austin’s favorite outdoor spaces and dog parks, Red Bud Isle, is in need of a serious face lift, and the […]

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Greater Austin

Poll: Austinites See Transportation As Big Challenge, Mayor As Big Asset

Austinites love their mayor, hate traffic, and are worried about housing, according to a poll commissioned by the Austin Monitor and sponsored by a number […]

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Austin Ridesharing Roundup

Uber and Lyft may have left Austin, but that doesn’t mean there hasn’t been plenty going on in the ridesharing world. Texas lawmakers are starting […]

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Greater Austin

More Mobility Choices Ahead for Austinites

Mobility is the buzzword of the month, with individuals and groups proposing projects and improvements that would range from local roads to major highways. Austin […]

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Transportation

Still Circling The Block? Downtown Parking Initiative Underway

Traffic congestion isn’t the only vehicle-related challenge facing Austin; in the downtown area, parking is also an area of concern for many businesses. With that […]

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RideAustin, a new TNC, Rides into Town

File under “that didn’t take long” – a group of Austin entrepreneurs has announced that they will launch a new, Austin-centric transportation network company (TNC), […]

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Prop. 1 Failed – What Now?

Austin’s Proposition 1 drew a lot of ire, mailers, accusations, and text messages right up until May 7, when Austin voters voted down the ordinance […]

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