Tag: traffic

Asking Austin Not to Rush (Hour): a Traffic-Cutting Experiment

When President Obama’s visit to Austin in March coincided with the beginning of the SXSW music festival, most commuters feared the worst in terms of […]

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Need An I-35 Alternative? 183 South Project Coming in 2019

East Austin continues to see a wide range of developments, particularly in the area of the airport, creating a need to address Austin’s already troubling […]

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Proposition 1 Vote Nears, Austin Business and Political Leaders Take Sides

On May 7 Austin voters will head to the polls to cast a vote on Proposition 1, otherwise known as the ridesharing ordinance. As the […]

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Does Austin Have What it Takes to Be a “Smart City?”

Some of the biggest buzz coming out of this year’s SXSW festival had nothing to do with music. Instead, it was technology and transportation that […]

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MobilityATX Relaunches Online Transportation Forum

MobilityATX, the online transportation forum that ran for three months in 2015, is re-launching its platform to open up dialogue about mobility in Austin. Those […]

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Mobility ATX Releases Final Report

From April though July 2015, several partners launched Mobility ATX to gather ideas and explore near-term mobility solutions. The online platform was divided into five […]

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East 51st Street Improvements

You could be forgiven for getting used to the site of torn up roads and construction equipment in Austin. But if you’re wondering why those […]

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The ‘Dillo Rides Again

If you’re nostalgic for the days of the Dillo, the free downtown circulator that Capital Metro operated until 2009, good news: a new downtown circulator […]

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New Lanes Planned for I-35 Through Downtown Austin

After years of speculation about what a congestion fix for I-35 might look like, the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) announced on June 15 that […]

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Expert Opinion: Our Transportation Crisis Requires Bold Leadership

This article originally appeared on the Real Estate Council of Austin blog. Click here for the original article.  By Michael Cooper, RECA Board Chair It’s […]

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