Gonzales Park Community Meeting (20160730)

After meeting with members of the staffs of the City of Austin Public Works Department’s Neighborhood Partnering Program (NPP) and Street and Bridge Operations and the City of Austin Library System, as well as neighbors and community members, we were able to hold our first public community meeting to get feedback on the Gonzales Park  and Pump Track Proposal . It

Gonzales Park and Pump Track Proposal

Gonzales Park Project Location: 3001 Gonzales St. Austin, TX 78702 Project summary The proposed site is under the west end of the 7th Street bridge over Tillery Street between Pleasant Valley Road and the railroad tracks. The bridge structure is roughly east-west which provides a perfect shade structure for outdoor activities in the summer. A

Bike-to-Eat Week 2013

Yes, it is the 2nd annual Bike-to-Eat Week event! This year, not only did we keep the ball rolling, the City of Austin City Council officially proclaimed May 1st through May 5th Bike-to-Eat Week. I guess that means we are doing something right. As always, this event was a pure incentive program between businesses an

Boggy Creek Trail To Webberville Connector

Sometimes a little change can make a big difference, and often you have to wait for the right moment to propose those changes. Our executive director had been eyeing the Boggy Creek Trail for an improvement in how it exists onto Webberville since he uses the trail almost daily and when the current construction at

What Is Austin’s Goal For 2020? The Journey-To-Work Question.

[Cary Choate] In January 2009, The City of Austin released the Austin 2009 Master Bicycle Plan Update (the Plan) to provide a holistic and practical approach to improving the environment of cycling in Austin in order to “transform Austin into a world-class bicycling city.” At the time of the Plan’s release, cycling as a transportation