Reports (4,374)

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    2323 Bitter Creek Dr, Austin

    Broken entrance on driveway

    OPEN #24-00137020
  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    5005 Lott Ave, Austin

    New sidewalk request

    CLOSED #24-00136956

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BLVD & US HWY 183. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. MARTIN LUTHER KING JR BLVD & US HWY 183 is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    6307 Woodhue Dr, Austin

    CLOSED #24-00136810

    Referred to Internal Division - Close SR. Forwarded to sidewalk program project manager for contact and resolution.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    Metropolis Dr & Burleson Rd, Austin

    OPEN #24-00135500
  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    7616 Carver Ave, Austin

    OPEN #24-00133664
  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    5613 Avenue F, Austin

    CLOSED #24-00132083

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along AVENUE F and along the southside of E KOENIG LN. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. AVENUE F and along the southside of E KOENIG LN is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    1600 Palma Plz, Austin

    Missing sidewalk on Palma plaza. The sidewalk just doesn't exist. It's a beautiful road not yes too wide and cars go to fast. We need a sidewalk

    CLOSED #24-00131165

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along PALMA PLZ. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. PALMA PLZ is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    1015 E 45th St, Austin

    CLOSED #24-00129527

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along E 45TH ST. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. E 45TH ST is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    8415 Seminary Ridge Dr, Austin

    Right of way restriction

    CLOSED #24-00128841

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along SEMINARY RIDGE DR. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. SEMINARY RIDGE DR is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

  • New Sidewalk/Curb Ramp/Route

    11254 Harris Branch Pkwy, Austin

    Complete the sidewalk!

    CLOSED #24-00128369

    Provided Information to Resident - Close SR. Emailed the following: Thanks for your inquiry about the absent sidewalk along HARRIS BRANCH PKWY. Unfortunately, there are over 700 miles of absent sidewalks in Austin and current funding is only sufficient to construct around 30 miles of sidewalks per year. Sidewalk projects are selected based on the Council adopted Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan_without Appendices.pdf. HARRIS BRANCH PKWY is not on the list of funded sidewalk projects at this time but will continue to be identified as planned but unfunded until such time as additional resources are available to complete construction. As there is a tremendous demand for sidewalks (it is currently estimated that there is over $1.5 billion in new sidewalk construction needed citywide) it is necessary for us as a City to determine priorities for limited resources, so we have developed a prioritization matrix to assist us in making decisions for sidewalk installation based on a variety of factors which include: 1. How far is it to schools, major employers, transit stops, government offices, public accommodations, and public housing? 2. How many people live in the area? 3. Are there already existing sidewalks in the area? 4. Is the request made by the ADA task force or part of an Adopted Neighborhood Plan? 5. How busy is the street? 6. Have there been reported pedestrian safety concerns These criteria are explained in the prioritization matrix in Appendix F of the 2023 Sidewalks, Crossings, and Shared Streets Plan: https://www.austintexas.gov/sites/default/files/files/Transportation/Adopted 2023 Sidewalks Crossings and Shared Streets Plan Appendices.pdf. Using this decision matrix, our program's limited budget is used to achieve maximum benefits. A map of currently funded projects is available as part of the Mobility Annual Plan: https://data.austintexas.gov/stories/s/Mobility-Annual-Plan/2xkd-czyh/. For unfunded sidewalk projects, your neighborhood may be interested in applying through our Neighborhood Partnering Program. Details of this program can be found here: http://www.austintexas.gov/neighborhoodpartnering City staff are working to keep Austin moving through recent mobility-bond funded initiatives. Austin Mobility Bond Programs is your go-to source for details on how you can get involved, follow the investments made with your tax dollars, and keep up with the development of these historic bond investments. Again, thank you for contacting us regarding this sidewalk, and we will add your site to the list of sidewalk requests to complete as funding becomes available.

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