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Mobility35

Beginning in 2011, a partnership between TxDOT, the city of Austin and the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization formed with the goal of improving I-35 within the limits of SH 130 (north of Georgetown) and Posey Road (south of San Marcos). This locally-led initiative, called Mobility35, is working to improve mobility on I-35 in the Capital area.

Why I-35?

The I-35 corridor through downtown Austi​​​n is identified as one of the most congested segments of roadway in Texas​. The Texas A&M Transportation Institute determined that if nothing is done to address Austin’s congestion issue, the 19-mile commute from downtown Austin t​​​o Round Rock will take as long as 2.5 hours by 2035.

Learn more about the history of the Mobility35 program and use the map below to explore potential improvements along I-35 in Williamson CountyTravis County, and Hays County.​​


NEWS

Two opportunities this week to learn more about recommended corridor improvements on I-35 in Williamson County
Posted: 18 November, 2014

Are you interested in learning more about recommended corridor improvements on I-35 in Williamson County? Don't miss the Williamson County Feasibility Study Open Houses, scheduled for November 18 and 20. Get more information​.

Have you seen the Mobility35 concepts for downtown Austin?
Posted: 5 September, 2014

​Two concepts are being considered for downtown Austin, called Modified Existing and Depressed. Learn more about the options through our Downtown Visualizations​

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