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Complete Streets for Rundberg Lane and Cameron Road

The Rundberg Lane corridor is at once among the most visited and most dangerous street in North Austin – a significant landmark for our community and a place of nearly daily traffic violence. The Cameron Road corridor is quickly developing, serving as a major North/South alternative to I-35. Together, Complete Streets on these roads would provide critical safety improvements and a network for active transportation in near Northeast Austin…

Bike Lanes for Pleasant Valley Road

Pleasant Valley Road south of Todd Lane winds past three schools, multiple recreation centers and parks and local businesses, but it lacks the bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure needed to protect Austinities from dangerous traffic…

Complete Streets for Teri Road

Teri Road is a critical East-West street in Dove Springs, connecting thousands of neighbors to grocery stores, parks and Rodriguez Elementary School. But right now, the street lacks bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure to keep Austinites safe from 4 lanes of fast-moving traffic…

Protected Bike Lanes for Jollyville and Pleasant Valley Roads

These protected bike lanes included in the current planning for the 183 North Project will give people who bike a safe route, and will have a traffic calming effect so that everyone in the neighborhood can be safer on Jollyville and Pond Springs roads.

Bike and Pedestrian Safety for Brodie Lane

On December 22nd, 2015, Steven Guiney was struck by a car and killed riding his bicycle on Brodie Lane just south of Slaughter Lane. The part of Brodie Lane where Steven was riding is a notoriously dangerous stretch of road. With no shoulders or bike lanes…

Complete Streets for Riverside Drive

This critical East-West corridor runs through dense commercial and residential neighborhoods, but its wide span encourages drivers to regularly drive far above the legal speed limit. The Bike Austin Neighborhood Bike Advocacy Committee is calling for a ”Complete Street” with protected bike lanes…

Protected Bike Lanes for South Lamar Boulevard

South Lamar is notoriously dangerous and unpleasant for people riding bicycles. One section of the street, in particular – the three blocks of Lamar between Riverside Drive and Barton Springs, where the street opens up to six lanes of traffic – is particularly hazardous…

Fully Fund the Bike Master Plan and High Priority Sidewalks

Mayor Steve Adler has called for a 2016 transportation bond to address Austin’s traffic crisis.  We are calling on the Mayor, City Council and Bond Oversight Commission – a citizen-based group charged with overseeing bond implementation – to put forth a bond that fully funds Austin’s Bicycle Master Plan and all high-priority sidewalks in the Sidewalk Master Plan…

East Austin Street Safety Forum

The Bike Austin Neighborhood Bike Advocacy Committee is working with community partners to organize a public, community-driven forum for neighborhood residents in City Council District 1 to voice their transportation-related concerns and visions to City of Austin Staff. Bike Austin and our partners…

Complete Streets for Four Points Drive

As it stands, Four Points Drive in Northwest Austin is a busy road that is inhospitable to pedestrians and cyclists. Oftentimes, area residents are forced to drive to the grocery store and other amenities along RM 620, or to Vandegrift High School, Four Points Middle School and the 3M Campus out of a lack of transit options, contributing to the dire traffic situation in the Four Points area