Several transportation projects are taking shape in the Austin area, helping to support increased safety and mobility in high-traffic areas throughout the city.

Ongoing projects

Airport Boulevard C1A

Project: The road improvements project will include new shared-use paths, intersection safety upgrades, enhanced sidewalk connectivity and a new pedestrian signal at Airport Boulevard and Middle Fiskville Road.

Update: Construction is scheduled to begin in June.
  • Timeline: June-December
  • Cost: $482 million for total Corridor Mobility Program
  • Funding source: 2016 Mobility Bond
Airport Boulevard IA

Project: This segment of the project includes the installation of new pedestrian hybrid beacons at Gunter Street, Harvey Street, 40th street, Bolm Road and Manor Road intersections. The project will also include traffic signal upgrades.

Update: The beacons at Gunter Street and Harvey Street are installed and operational.
  • Timeline: construction to be complete complete this fall
  • Cost: $482 million for total Corridor Mobility Program
  • Funding source: 2016 Mobility Bond
Bluebonnet Lane and Melridge Place

Project: Mobility improvements will span from Del Curto Road to Rabb Road to increase access to Zilker Elementary School, Little Zilker Park, businesses and nearby neighborhoods.

Update: The last phase of work begins in June, focusing on improvements to the Ann Arbor Avenue and Rundell Place intersection, and extending the two-way bike path from Rabb Glenn Street to South Lamar Boulevard.
  • Timeline: summer-fall
  • Cost: $300,000
  • Funding source: Austin Mobility Bonds

Airport Boulevard C1

Project: The Airport Boulevard C1 project will include improvements to pedestrian walkways, new dedicated bike lanes and upgraded intersections from 55th Street to North Lamar Boulevard.

Update: Roadwork and improvements are complete, and the route is now open to the public.
  • Timeline: project completed May 31
  • Cost: $482 million for total Corridor Mobility Program
  • Funding source: 2016 Mobility Bond
Barton Springs Road pilot safety program

Project: The program—implemented last August—included a new lane configuration for a single-vehicle lane in both directions to reduce traffic-related accidents.

Update: The program shows positive results. The six-month speeding and safety analysis indicates a 64.2% reduction in speeding with a slight increase in wait time at the traffic signal.Manor Road and Anchor Lane

Project: The project included enhancements to the CapMetro bus station and bike path, an additional pedestrian crossing, and upgrades to the Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant curb ramps and signal infrastructure.

Update: Improvements on Manor Road and Anchor Lane are complete.
  • Timeline: December 2023-May 2024
  • Cost: $405,000
  • Funding sources: Austin Mobility Bonds, transportation and public works operational funds
Find more information and other mobility projects here.