Southwest Austin residents gather to give feedback on mobility reports for three major Southwest Austin corridors

The city of Austin sought feedback from the Southwest Austin community Tuesday afternoon on the development of mobility reports for Slaughter Lane, William Cannon Drive and Brodie Lane. Hosted at Bethany Lutheran Church on Slaughter Lane, the open house was the last in a series of three public engagement events  held over the last week  as part of the 2016 Mobility Bond Corridor Program. The bond, approved by Austin voters in November 2016, authorized $720 million for local, corridor and regional transportation and mobility improvements, of which $482 million is earmarked for corridor improvement projects.

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