Online open house set for new bicycle, pedestrian bridge over Lady Bird Lake


Open house for pedestrian bridge

The Austin Urban Trails Program has launched an online open house for a new bicycle and pedestrian bridge over the eastern edge of Lady Bird Lake. 

Austin Public Works’ New Longhorn Dam Bridge 30% Design Virtual Open House reveals updated plans for the new bridge’s overall design and amenities. The open house focuses on three key project areas: the bridge and its plaza, a new underpass under Pleasant Valley Road, and parkland improvements near Canterbury Street. 

The open house will be available in English and Spanish for 24 hours per day, seven days per week through March 24. Surveys in English and Spanish inviting feedback on the updated bridge design are included as part of the online open house. 

To access the open house:

Austin’s Art in Public Places program will also gather community input on a vision for site-specific art for the project at a virtual public meeting at 5:30 p.m. March 9.

To access the art meeting:

From news reports


Hearings set for neighborhoods

The City of Georgetown, in partnership with APD Urban Planning & Management and the neighborhood steering committees for San Jose and Track Ridge Grasshopper, invite residents to participate in the final public hearings for the San Jose and TRG neighborhood plans.


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