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New Bike Station Underway Near Chestnut Plaza and MLK Station

This morning, local developer/philanthropist Will Meredith of tweeted this photo of a bike station under construction near the MLK MetroRail station and the surrounding developments: […]

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Austin TOD’s Heating Up

Much was made of transit oriented development around Capital Metro’s RedLine train after voters approved the 32-mile line, but for several years growth was sluggish […]

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Transit Plans Move Forward with Sub Corridor Recommendation

After holding a series of public meetings, webinars and surveys this fall, Project Connect, a regional transit planning group, has come out with its recommendation […]

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Transportation

Improvements Taking Off At ABIA

While flights come in and out Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA), construction has been taking off to help better serve Austin residents and the millions of […]

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Transportation

City of Austin Holds Bike Plan Forums

The City of Austin is holding a series of public meetings this week to gather input on its Bicycle and Urban Trails Plan and the […]

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Where Should Austin’s First Urban Rail Line Run?

If you’re an advocate for increased transit in Austin, this is your week: Austinites will have a chance this evening and tomorrow to weigh in […]

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Transportation

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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Transportation

Check Out The New 2nd Street Bridge Over Shoal Creek

Amid the flurry of redevelopment in the Seaholm district of downtown Austin (Seaholm Power Plant Redevelopment, new Central Library, and the Thomas C. Green Water […]

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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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