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Shared Use Paths & Pedestrian Accomodations

The Mobility Authority is committed to constructing multi-modal, pedestrian-friendly facilities that enhance
the region’s quality of life. This commitment includes the design and implementation of pedestrian and cyclist Shared Use Paths, sidewalks and cross-street connections as part of every project, whenever feasible. More than 90 lanes miles are in place or planned - a $50 million investment. Click here to download a Fact Sheet about our commitment to bicycle and pedestrian accommodations across the region.Brushy Creek Trailhead

 

 

 

Brushy Creek Trail head on 183A Toll

 

 

 

 

 

183A Toll Shared Use Path

  • A seven-mile SUP borders the 183A facility from South Brushy Creek to Hero Way
  • The 10-foot-wide facility is separated from the roadway, allowing cyclists and pedestrians to travel the corridor safely
  • The facility includes a trailhead, as well as a pedestrian bridge that crosses Brushy Creek to connect with Williamson County’s Brushy Creek Regional Trail

 290 Toll Shared Use Path

  • A five mile Shared Use Path borders the south side of the 290 Toll Manor Expressway frontage road from the the US 183 interchange to east of SH 130
  • The facility includes a dedicated SUP bridge at the Walnut Creek Tributary
  • The 10-foot-wide SUP is separated from the roadway, allowing cyclists and and pedestrians to travel the corridor safely􀂇􀀃
  • An additional five miles of new sidewalks were constructed as part of the project
  • The project also accommodates connections to the future Walnut Creek and 183 South Shared Use Paths

290 Toll Shared Use Path

 

 

 

290 Toll Shared Use Path