Shared Use Paths
Multimodal solutions are an integral part of our mobility future.
The Mobility Authority is committed to keeping Central Texas moving and building a future that protects quality of life for our region. This commitment is why we design, construct, and implement multimodal, pedestrian and cyclist friendly facilities like shared use paths, sidewalks and cross-street connections as part of every project whenever feasible.
Our sustainable, multimodal mobility transportation options are intended to enhance the experience for all who use our facilities, not just vehicle drivers. With more than 70 miles of shared use paths or sidewalks in place or planned, we’re proud to share these facilities across Central Texas.
Learn a bit about all of our facilities on our Bicycle and Pedestrian Fact Sheet, or check out each of our facilities by location below.
A 7-mile long path bordering 183A Toll from south of Brushy Creek Road to Hero Way.View Trail
A 5-mile long path on the bordering 290 Toll from US 183 to east of SH 130.View Trail
An approximately 5-mile long path on both sides of SH 71 from US 183 to SH 130.View Trail
Approximately 5 miles of facilities along MoPac completing existing connections into downtown Austin from Parmer Lane.View Trail
A 4.5-mile long path along 45SW Toll from MoPac and Escarpment Boulevard to FM 1626.View Trail
A 10-mile long path along US 183/183 Toll between US 290 and SH 71View Trail
All Mobility Authority trails are ADA compliant.
Paths are open to walkers, runners, cyclists, young, and old. Please be aware of others on the trails and use caution while passing others.
Signal when passing by saying so out loud or use your bell.
Dogs are welcome but should remain on leash. Clean up after your pet and dispose of waste properly.
Most facilities do not have water fountains or restrooms, please plan accordingly.
Sidewalk– typically 6-feet-wide paved walkways parallel to a roadway.
Shared Use Path – typically 10-feet wide paved or unpaved surface meant for use by a variety of types of non-motorized travelers. All Mobility Authority shared use paths are paved and are in the right of way adjacent to our roadway projects.
Trailhead – a location along a trail with parking and other facilities for public use connecting to a trail.
Pedestrian Bridge – bridges providing dedicated, safe passage for cyclists and pedestrians to cross dangerous obstacles like roadways and creeks.