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"Cyclists: Learn the signals to stay safe on Austin roads." ~City of Austin Austin Texas

With the City of Austin "Austin Notes" you can sign up to receive regular emails on a number of topics including Mobility Committee updates.

"The Mobility Authority is constructing a 10.3-mile shared use path that will run alongside the 183A toll road and stretch from South Brushy Creek northward to the San Gabriel River. The path is an integral component of a developing network of trails that provides connections between the communities of Cedar Park, Austin and Leander."

Pending improvements at Bergstrom: steel barriers, new road from cellphone waiting area, repaving

More bicycle lanes and pedestrian roads were constructed in Austin last year: see the highlights of Neighborhood Plan Implementation

photo of Austin's Pfluger Pedestrian Bridge By Peter Tsai Photography (May 3rd, 2010)

Austin bike share program! ~pinned via Graduate School at UT Austin

If you have a bike, find the serial number (usually in one of these areas) and have it handy for fast reporting if it is stolen. The City of Austin and The University of Texas at Austin both have services that allow you to register your bike, making it easier to identify if recovered.

Photos of bike road treatments from the 2010 UT Bike Study: Flickr sets @UTbikestudy

Document Cover Image - Bicycle Road Safety Audit Guidelines and Prompt Lists

The Narrows, Hill Country, TX - The Narrows is an ecologically fragile, beautiful Texas property. Several endangered species make their home in these unique cliffs and the surrounding ranch lands.