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Mobility Talks begin
Tuesday, March 22, 2016 by Nora Ankrum
In an effort to identify Austin residents’ priorities related to mobility, the city is launching Mobility Talks – a combination of community events and online information gathering tools that will ultimately inform the city’s decisions about transportation investments. Opportunities for providing input online include a short survey found here (deadline: May 8) and the Mobility Talks discussion thread at SpeakUpAustin.org. Mobility Talks representatives will also be around town gathering information in person (find them on this map) and – beginning in April – holding facilitated Conversation Corps discussions in various neighborhoods. There will also be discussions at various open houses and at board and commission meetings, with dates and locations appearing here. All of the feedback from these efforts will be presented before the City Council Mobility Committee on June 8.
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