Smarter, Safer, Sustainable Commuting Options
In 2016, Matt Maupin was inspired by the event and decided he would try it. Maupin lives in Cedar Park and works in downtown Austin at Silicon Labs. He has turned his daily bike ride into a 22-mile commute. Learn More…
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority’s ability to build new toll roads may be temporarily stymied by opposition from state leaders, but the agency is keeping busy with major ongoing projects. Learn more …
In much of the United States, people who can’t drive or don’t have access to a car have few if any transportation options. In many places, the situation is especially dire for older adults and individuals with disabilities. Learn more…
There are few things in this world that can be stated with certainty, but this is one of them: There’s no shortage of opinions about dockless e-scooters—especially in U.S. cities where they’ve already on streets (and sidewalks, and lawns, and rights-of-way, and so on). Learn more…
San Marcos’ partnership with bike-share company VeoRide has reduced gas emissions by up to two million grams across the 6,000 miles tracked on the gold-tinted bikes, according to VeoRide communications director Linda Jackson. Learn more…
February is American Heart Month, and a lot of Americans are trying to stay focused on maintaining healthier habits after the initial rush around New Year’s resolutions. If you’re one of them, trying a more active commute is an easy way to incorporate some heart-healthy exercise into your day and get you where you need to go...
HEADS UP, CEDAR PARK IS A SAFETY CAMPAIGN CREATED BY THE CITY OF CEDAR PARK, TEXAS, TO HELP ENHANCE SAFETY FOR ALL ROAD, SIDEWALK AND TRAIL USERS IN CEDAR PARK. Know your rights and responsibilities when it comes to walking, cycling and driving, and encourage your neighbors, friends, and family to do so as well. ...
HEADS UP, CEDAR PARK IS A SAFETY CAMPAIGN CREATED BY THE CITY OF CEDAR PARK, TEXAS, TO HELP ENHANCE SAFETY FOR ALL ROAD, SIDEWALK AND TRAIL USERS IN CEDAR PARK. Know your rights and responsibilities when it comes to walking, cycling and driving, and encourage your neighbors, friends, and family to do so as well. ...
You’ve likely heard of the proposed high-speed “bullet” train that would connect Dallas and Houston, as well as the proposed transportation-in-a-tube concept that would link Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Laredo.
You’ve likely heard of the proposed high-speed “bullet” train that would connect Dallas and Houston, as well as the proposed transportation-in-a-tube concept that would link Austin, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Laredo.