Hey Neighbors: We went to a version of this meeting today and were able to give input but they need to hear from more of us, so if you want to share your ideas try to make this meeting… We discussed things such as re-routing Pond Springs Rd to create more of a destination, narrowing McNeil and Jollyville Roads to possibly only 1 lane each way, adding more access over/under/around 183, and much more – all based on the idea of adding additional lanes to 183. The bulk of the project is based around 183 however its plan affects surrounding too.
In order to create the best plan they need to hear from a large number of the road, bike and pedestrian users, so if you can make the time – please attend!
“This is a friendly reminder about the next public meeting for the Northwest Corridor Active Transportation Study. Help us make walking and biking better in the Northwest corridor by attending and sharing your input!
At this meeting, CAMPO and the Project Team will share information on existing corridor conditions; recommended bicycling routes, lanes, and trails; pedestrian focus areas; and other recommendations for walking and biking needs near and along US 183 from MoPac in Austin to Cypress Creek in Cedar Park.
Please help spread the word by sharing this email or the attached flyer.
Public Meeting – Near Northwest Corridor Case Study
Thursday, November 10, 2016, from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Spicewood Springs Library
8637 Spicewood Springs Road
Austin, TX 78759
If you have specific questions or comments about the case study, please contact Kelly Porter at: Kelly.Porter@campotexas.org or (512) 974-2084.