What do you want to see as the City takes a look at improving traffic flow and safety on our busiest corridors? The City is seeking input from the public with three surveys on: 1) enhancements to Williams Drive, 2) the Austin Avenue corridor, and 3) a budgeting exercise for the Future Mobility Plan.
As part of the update of the Future Mobility Plan, the City is conducting an online Future Mobility Budgeting Activity to get resident feedback on priorities for future transportation projects. The budgeting activity survey is open through May 8.
The Williams Drive Enhancements Project Survey seeks input on the corridor through May 31. The brief survey asks residents to share feedback on traffic flow, sidewalks, lighting, and bike facilities on Williams Drive from Jim Hogg Road to North Austin Avenue.
The Austin Avenue Corridor Study online open house is gathering comments from the public through May 31. The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) and the City of Georgetown are conducting a corridor study of Austin Avenue between Southeast Inner Loop and Northeast Inner Loop. The study will consider various transportation modes such as driving, walking, and biking, as well as identify opportunities to enhance safety, mobility, and the experience of pedestrians and businesses along roadway.
These surveys provide the City an opportunity to guide the priorities and future budgets for improvements to Williams Drive, Austin Avenue, and transportation projects to improve mobility.