Sections

About Us

 
Make a Donation
Fully-Local • Non-Partisan • Public-Service Journalism
 

City to begin work on dangerous intersections

Monday, June 19, 2017 by Nina Hernandez

Last week, City Council approved construction contracts that will pave the way for work to be done on some of Austin’s most dangerous intersections. The 2016 Mobility Bond provided $15 million in funds for safety improvements to more than two dozen “high-crash” intersections in the city. The first group of three intersections are Slaughter Lane and Alice Mae Lane, Pleasant Valley Road and Elmont Drive, and South Congress Avenue and Oltorf Street. The Slaughter and Alice Mae intersection is the first on the list. Crews are expected to install a new traffic signal there at the end of the month.

Join Your Friends and Neighbors

We're a nonprofit news organization, and we put our service to you above all else. That will never change. But public-service journalism requires community support from readers like you. Will you join your friends and neighbors to support our work and mission?

Back to Top