Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority Works Hard to Find Answers to the Issue Of Traffic Congestion

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority works hard to solve the state issue of traffic congestion. Although Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority acknowledges not having all of the answers to completely exonerate traffic congestion, the Mobility Authority has established clever ideas to make improvements.


A few of the solutions to eliminate a degree of the traffic congestion are simple. For example, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has discovered that carpooling is a viable option to help eliminate traffic congestion after collaborating with Carma. Furthermore, there has been a partnership with Metropia to aid in locating alternative routes for commuters.


The Mobility Authority is also strongly promoting walking and biking. In attempt to encourage these activities a pedestrian and biking path has been built in Williamson County’s 183A, and a bike and pedestrian bridge has been created south of Parmer Lane.


Additionally, Mobility Authority is planning to work alongside a Highway Emergency Response Operator program to provide free roadside assistance. Thus, eliminating a large amount of traffic delays caused by minor motor problems.


The Mobility Authority has also created more roads in attempt to alleviate some of the road congestion. The 183A Toll Road in Cedar Park and Leander was created as well as the U.S. 290 toll road between Austin and Manor. The MoPac Express Lanes should also help with the management of traffic flow.


Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is working hard in collaboration with other organizations to provide innovative resources that improve the issue of traffic congestion in Texas.


The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is an independent government agency created in 2002 to build a large range of transportation systems. The Mobility Authority is managed by Mike Heiligenstein, the Executive Director. Mike has been involved with the Mobility Authority since it originated and has overseen many of its projects including the first project, 183A. He is also the President of the international Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association.


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