Whether you walk, pedal or drive in Round Rock, the City is seeking your input for its Transportation Master Plan update.
The public is invited to attend an open house from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 25 at the Baca Center, 301 West Bagdad Avenue. Attendees will be able to give feedback directly to the project team, as well as participate in group discussions or activities during the open house.
Citizens can also provide input online at the Transportation Master Plan survey at roundrocktexas.gov/tmp. The website includes a mobility survey that allows participants to prioritize issues and road projects based on their mobility preferences, as well as an interactive map where respondents can note areas where they have concerns related to congestion, safety, traffic, maintenance or other issues.
The Transportation Master Plan update will focus on identifying resolutions to bottlenecks in the City, provide safety recommendations and develop a prioritized plan for future projects as the City continues to grow.
The plan process, which is being led by Kimley-Horn, also involves meetings with regional agency partners to discuss regional plan alignment and staff workshops to discuss design standards, transit integration and more. More public meetings are anticipated to be held in early 2023, including public input opportunities for specific corridor studies on McNeil and Sam Bass Roads that will be conducted as part of this overall update.
For inquiries about the plan process or if you plan to attend the open house and have special communication or accommodation needs, contact firstname.lastname@example.org.