The Right Kind of Traffic Jam

Two of Movability Austin’s founding partners, The City of Austin and Capital Metro, recently hosted an event to educate and engage the community on Project Connect and the Austin Strategic Mobility Plan (ASMP). That event, called Traffic Jam, drew 230 attendees! Here are some of the key comments and takeaways Traffic Jam organizers heard from […]

Meeting Demands for a Walkable Austin

“Walkability” has implications for much more than transportation – it can affect our health, neighborhood affordability, security, and sense of community. So it makes sense that walkability has become a buzz word in recent years, at the national and local level. (Last year, walkability expert Jeff Speck visited Austin, speaking to over 300 residents and […]

Mirror, Mirror On The Wall, Who’s The Weirdest of Them All?

Earlier this month, Austin City Council adopted the 2014 Austin Bicycle Master Plan, which will implement elements of the Imagine Austin plan by creating a connected and protected network. The main goal of the plan is to increase bicycle use, and improve bike safety throughout Austin. Together with the Urban Trails Master Plan, the newest […]