Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Survey will help inform transportation options in the Austin region

 


A graphic shows multiple modes of transportation, including buses, vehicles, bicycles and people walking.
The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) is developing a program to improve mobility and reduce congestion in the Austin region by getting people out of their cars and using alternate transportation methods.

CAMPO is a group of public officials from seven counties in the region that work together to prioritize projects, allocate federal funds and develop transportation plans that serve the region.

The organization is developing a Transportation Demand Management (TDM) program that will address congestion in the region using strategies such as carpooling, using transit, implementing flexible work schedules and more to address congestion during peak travel times and give travelers more options.

As CAMPO develops this TDM plan, the organization is looking to hear from Central Texas residents via a short survey. The feedback will help the organization understand the challenges businesses and travelers face and how it can make the system work better for everyone.
Take the survey here.

July 4th, 2022: Independence Day Holiday Closures

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