Category Archives: transportation

I35/183 expansion

June 2017 update: TxDOT plans to start construction later this summer. The city plans to upgrade the water and wastewater lines, since the area is under construction anyways. From May 2016: TxDOT is in the final stages of deciding on … Continue reading

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North Lamar Boulevard sidewalks (June 2017 update)

Construction is in progress to complete accessible sidewalks along much of North Lamar Boulevard from 183 to Braker Ln. This work is primarily funded by a grant which ADAPT and others worked to get in 2011. It also uses a … Continue reading

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Your government wants to know what you think: / Tu gobierno quiere saber lo que piensas

City of Austin FY2018 budget simulator Simulador de Presupuestos año fiscal 2018 de la Ciudad de Austin Capital Metro transit center and bus rapid station improvements North Lamar Transit Center / Centro de transito North Lamar Rundberg station / estación … Continue reading

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Traffic calming (January 2017 update)

In 2013, for both the North Lamar and the Georgian Acres neighborhood planning areas, the neighborhood team identified traffic calming as the top priority for the city’s capital budget. In 2015, stakeholders throughout the area prioritized traffic calming to Councilman … Continue reading

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North Lamar/Rundberg transportation safety / seguridad en el transporte

November 2016 update: The city says there will be some lanes closed, starting November 21, and Cap Metro will move some bus stops temporarily. Pay attention and be safe! Last year, the city’s transportation department listed North Lamar/Rundberg as one … Continue reading

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City control of North Lamar Blvd

A $720 million mobility bond package has been proposed for the voters in November. The proposal includes transferring control of North Lamar Boulevard and other TxDOT-maintained streets to the City of Austin. This would make it easier to complete the … Continue reading

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