Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan

Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan

The City of Austin is creating a Corridor Mobility Plan for the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 corridor, funded by the 2016 Mobility Bond. A Corridor Mobility Plan is a preliminary engineering report with recommendations to improve safety, mobility, and connectivity. The limits of the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan are between North Lamar Blvd. and U.S. 183. Improvements identified in the plan may be funded for design and construction as future funding sources become available.


The input you provide will help shape recommended improvements along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969. Once recommendations are drafted, we will come back to the community for your feedback on recommendations before they're finalized.

How do you use the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 corridor (select all that apply)?
I work along the corridor
I live along the corridor
I commute through the corridor
My children or I attend school along the corridor
I don’t live or work on the corridor, but I shop, eat, and/or use recreational facilities along the corridor
Other (please specify)
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What mode of transportation do you use along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 (select all that apply)?
Drive a personal vehicle
Walk
Transit
Bicycle
Carpool
Rideshare
Other
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How many days per week do you travel along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969?
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7
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The Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan will consider several topics, some of which are listed below. Please choose the three options that are the most important to you.
Managing congestion
Improving accessibility to and from destinations and neighborhoods surrounding the corridor
Creating a safer and more supportive environment for walking
Creating a safer and more supportive environment for cycling
Improving transit service
Creating attractive public spaces in strategic locations along the corridor
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Which of the following improvements are most important for people who walk along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969? Please choose the three improvements that are the most important to you.
Continuous sidewalks
Safer pedestrian crossings
Sidewalks with separation from traffic
ADA accessibility
More pedestrian crossings
Wider sidewalks
Opportunities for sitting and shade
I'm not interested in improvements related to walking
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Which of the following improvements are most important for people who ride a bike along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969? Please choose the three improvements that are the most important to you.
Separated, protected and/or wider bike lanes
Intersection and signal enhancements
Bike parking
Bike share opportunities
I'm not interested in improvements related to biking
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Which of the following improvements are most important for people who ride transit along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969? Please choose the three improvements that are the most important to you.
Improved sidewalks surrounding bus stops
Improved pedestrian crossings near bus stops
Lanes that prioritize or are dedicated to buses
Strategically-placed areas for buses to pull into so they don't stop in front of vehicles, but can safely reenter traffic
I'm not interested in improvements related to transit
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Which of the following improvements are most important for people who drive along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969? Please choose the three improvements that are the most important to you.
Improved signal timing
Improved turning options
Safer intersections
Fewer driveways or consolidated driveways
I'm not interested in improvements related to driving
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On the map below, please leave a comment about improvements you'd like to see along Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd/FM 969.
Would you like to receive updates about the Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd./FM 969 Corridor Mobility Plan?
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Name (first and last)
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In what zip code do you live?
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In what zip code do you work or attend school?
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Age group
Under 17
18-24
25-34
35-44
45-54
55-64
65+
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Racial or ethnic background
Non-Hispanic White
African-American
Hispanic/Latino
Asian-American
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Other (please specify below)
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Gender
Male
Female
Other
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