About the City of Austin Transportation Dept.This post is sponsored by our community partner, the City of Austin Transportation Department, whose mission is to provide the safest and most efficient, cost-effective and sustainable roadway, bikeway, walkway and transit system for our community. Action BoxClick the badge...

SummaryCities have a big role to play in solving the climate crisis. Here in Austin, we have a Climate Equity Plan to guide emission reductions. Action BoxSign up for our climate-focused Civic Power up challenge (How To Save The World...

Join us at one of the virtual town hall meetings. You will have the opportunity to share insights, concerns, and ask questions on how ATP might best guide Project Connect. Our consultant team is asking for the community’s help to develop the right questions ATP...

Join us at one of the virtual town hall meetings. You will have the opportunity to share insights, concerns, and ask questions on how ATP might best guide Project Connect. Our consultant team is asking for the community’s help to develop the right questions ATP...

In partnership with the ATX Mobility Coalition we'll be hosting a Project Connect Community Conversation on July 24, 2021 at 12:00pm–2:00pm. This will be a virtual event that will give the community updates on the Project Connect time-line in regards to: 1) The creation of...

Join Shoal Creek Conservancy and MetroBike for a beginner-friendly bike ride along the Shoal Creek Trail and the Shoal Creek Blvd protected bikeway on June 10th from 7:30 am – 9:30 am. This will be a perfect opportunity to learn more about the City of Austin’s growing network...

Movability’s signature event, the annual Mayor’s Mobility Breakfast and Award Ceremony, will look a little different this year as we go virtual! This year’s event will feature a live virtual Q&A with Mayor Adler, Huston-Tillotson University President and Austin Transit Partnership board member Dr. Colette...

SummaryThis election season, Austinties will have the opportunity to impact the future of public transportation in Austin with Prop A. Action BoxVote! Vote! Vote! And don't forget to vote in these important local races as well. Maybe you’ve read the headlines. Maybe you’ve seen the billboards...

In this episode of The Austin Common Radio Hour, host Amy Stansbury goes over the basics of Prop A, which, if approved by voters in November, could bring a $7.1 billion transit system to Austin. We also take a deep dive into Austin's transportation history...