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Thursday Update: The group March For Democracy plans to continue its Georgetown-to-Austin walk at 7 a.m. They will walk on the sidewalk and shoulder of the southbound frontage road for IH-35 from Round Rock Ave to the end of Round Rock city limits. Expect minor delays along the route.

Thursday Update: The group March For Democracy plans to continue its Georgetown-to-Austin walk at 7 a.m. They will walk on the sidewalk and shoulder of the southbound frontage road for IH-35 from Round Rock Ave to the end of Round Rock city limits. Expect minor delays along the route. ... See MoreSee Less

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Update: The group March For Democracy plans to continue its Georgetown-to-Austin walk Thursday morning. Starting at 7 a.m., they will walk on the sidewalk and shoulder of the southbound frontage road for IH-35 from Round Rock Ave to the end of Round Rock city limits. Expect minor delays along the route.

12:10pm Wednesday: The march has concluded for the day. 

9:45am Wednesday: Outside lane of the frontage road of Southbound IH-35 is closed due to the group March For Democracy conducting a pre-scheduled walk from Georgetown to Austin. They are currently near IH-35 & University Blvd. The group will head west on Old Settlers Blvd and south on Chisholm Trail before stopping for the day near Sam Bass Road. Expect delays.

Update: The group March For Democracy plans to continue its Georgetown-to-Austin walk Thursday morning. Starting at 7 a.m., they will walk on the sidewalk and shoulder of the southbound frontage road for IH-35 from Round Rock Ave to the end of Round Rock city limits. Expect minor delays along the route.

12:10pm Wednesday: The march has concluded for the day.

9:45am Wednesday: Outside lane of the frontage road of Southbound IH-35 is closed due to the group March For Democracy conducting a pre-scheduled walk from Georgetown to Austin. They are currently near IH-35 & University Blvd. The group will head west on Old Settlers Blvd and south on Chisholm Trail before stopping for the day near Sam Bass Road. Expect delays.
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Update: The group March For Democracy plans to continue its Georgetown-to-Austin walk Thursday morning. Starting at 7 a.m., they will walk on the sidewalk and shoulder of the southbound frontage road for IH-35 from Round Rock Ave to the end of Round Rock city limits. Expect minor delays along the route.

12:10pm Update: The march has concluded for the day.

Everyone getting mad about traffic and “public safety” must have not experienced the constructions zones for the last few months... ☕️ ☕️ ☕️

Beto doesn’t work. Lives off his wife’s trust fund

WTF. What idiot approved this?

Hopefully they are protesting against our newly elected superintendent for RRISD!

Interesting...hope everyone's safe.

Why are we allowing pedestrians in the highway? Very unsafe

Who came up with such a dumb idea? Like hey let’s go walk down the roadway and piss off a bunch of people driving down the road.

That’s as far as they got? They’re going to hold up traffic for the whole week and maybe next week at this rate. Traffic out of Georgetown today was slow and go. The group was so small (25-30) on that frontage road, but it slowed traffic to a crawl on 35 for at least 5 miles. And seriously, how is a walk from Georgetown to Austin when you stop for the day every 10 miles showing commitment to your message? It’s theater and they’ll get news coverage everyday they’re at it. If they where actually going to make the whole trip in one day in this scorching heat their message would have a little more credibility. Just a show. Stop wasting our time and causing traffic jams. Some people have to get to work.

At least they prescheduled it and presumably got permits. Whether or not I agree with their message, at least they did the right thing (I hope).

Thank you for posting this and yet I think advance notice should have been given when a known traffic issue is to occur. I see from their website they are in the Austin area for 3 more days. It sure would be good to know which areas to avoid when

I find it completely irresponsible to allow protesting along a major thoroughfare. Traffic disruption, possible injuries. Didn't anyone learn from the fiasco BLM protests in Austin?

This should not be allowed. It is against the law to impede the flow of traffic. Let them demonstrate at a fixed location. It is a danger to pedestrians and drivers.

No protest should block a public street ever!!! I don't care who is doing the protesting! But especially this one. This isn't democracy they want. It is socialism they want.

Because we don't have enough traffic in that area already? 🙄

Why are stupid things like this allowed on public right of ways to add to an already inconvenient Austin area traffic situation???

You make pp have no jobs bc they r late bc of ur free speech #doitappropriately

i am sure they all have stable jobs🤷‍♂️ 😂not sure what employer would let their people off to go demonstrate 🤦‍♂️😂😂

They aren't marching for democracy. They are doing it because they've been manipulated into think voter integrity is a bad thing.

They say Round Rock is such a nice place and the people are so good. I don't see it by some of these comments or GIFs. Shameful behavior. I'd rather see open fields with cows and horses than RR being built up and bringing in unneighborly folks.

Hope no one is injured during this recklessness and no ambulances or emergency services are delayed.

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