Over the course of two rounds of public input, the city of Austin will seek feedback from the community about proposed mobility and transportation improvements to three major Southwest Austin corridors as part of implementing the 2016 Mobility Bond Program.

The first round will begin open house events May 18 and May 22-23.

Residents in the area are encouraged to attend to voice their priorities and concerns regarding the current state of transportation and mobility along William Cannon Drive and Slaughter and Brodie lanes.

The second round of input, which the city’s transportation department anticipates to occur this fall, will be used to garner input on the preliminary recommendations for improvements to these corridors. Recommendations outlined in the reports for Slaughter Lane and William Cannon Drive will be considered during the development of a Corridor Construction Program. The city plans to seek construction funding for this program through the 2016 Mobility Bond Program.

Beginning May 3, community members will also be able to provide feedback online.

Open house dates and times

May 18
4:30-7:30 p.m.
Langford Elementary School, 2206 Blue Meadow Drive, Austin

May 22
4:30-7:30 p.m.
Covington Middle School, 3700 Convict Hill Road, Austin

May 23
4:30-7:30 p.m.
Bethany Lutheran Church, 3701 W. Slaughter Lane, Austin

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