Back to School, Guadalupe Repairs, and Traffic, Oh My!

Next week heralds the long-anticipated (or dreaded, depending on your take) return to school. And while it’s impossible to predict what the school year has in store for students of all ages, it is entirely possible to predict that back-to-school time will bring increased rush hour traffic. But wait, there’s more! Don’t forget that repairs […]

Austin Wins Competition to Join Big Jump Project

Austin is one of 10 cities selected for the Big Jump Project, a new initiative from People for Bikes. Austin’s selection in the project means Austinites will work with the nine other finalists and People for Bikes to achieve a “big jump” in the number of people traveling by bike in the central city. The […]

Making the Streets Safe for All Travelers

Last week, two separate incidents highlighted the need for policies like Complete Streets and Vision Zero – and for drivers to be vigilant. In separate incidents, two Austin Independent School District students were struck by vehicles as they exited their school buses. Thankfully both students are OK, but both were too-close encounters in a city […]