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A NEW FUTURE FOR I-35 Connecting & Strengthening Central Austin


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TRENDS TO REIMAGINE HIGHWAY INFRASTRUCTURE

30+ Proposed 20+ Completed

Source: Office of James Burnett


TXDOT’S PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION

Source: Austin American Statesman


TXDOT’S PROPOSED RECONSTRUCTION


TIMELINE & NEXT STEPS


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PROJECT FUNDING


LEADERSHIP GROUP Mayor Steve Adler City of Austin

Paulette Gibbins ULI Austin

Mike Rollins Austin Chamber

Dianne Bangle RECA

Natasha Harper-Madison City of Austin, District 1

Martha Smiley Waterloo Greenway Conservancy

Darrell Bazzell University of Texas at Austin

Mike Heiligenstein CTRMA

Commissioner Jeff Travillion Travis County Precinct 1

Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette Huston-Tillotson University

Ashby Johnson CAMPO

State Senator Kirk Watson Texas State Legislature, District 14

Randy Clarke Capital Metro

Mike Kennedy Downtown Austin Alliance

Tucker Ferguson Texas Department of Transportation

Dewitt Peart Downtown Austin Alliance


TASK FORCE Heather Ashley-Nguyen, Texas Department of Transportation Heidi Anderson, The Trail Foundation

Nate Jones, Organization of Central East Austin Neighborhoods (OCEAN)

Eric Bustos, Capital Metro

Chad McKeown, CAMPO

John-Michael Cortez, City of Austin

Walter Muse, Travis County, Precinct 1

Miriam Conner, Community Organizer

Shavone Otero, People United for Mobility Action (PUMA)

Cody Cowan, Red River Cultural District

Caleb Pritchard, City of Austin, Office of Council Member Harper-Madison

Susan Fraser, Texas Department of Transportation Matt Geske, Austin Chamber of Commerce Robert Goode, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority Stevie Greathouse, City of Austin Planning and Zoning Sandy Guzman, State of Texas, Office of Senator Kirk Watson Donny Hamilton, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration

Marisabel Ramthun, Texas Department of Transportation John Rigdon, Waterloo Greenway Yasmine Smith, People United for Mobility Action (PUMA) Carla Steffen, Austin Convention Center Geoffrey Tahuahua, Real Estate Council of Austin Heyden Black Walker, Reconnect Austin

Mike Kennedy, Downtown Austin Alliance

Jim Walker, University of Texas at Austin

Cole Kitten, Austin Transportation Department

Brendan Wittstruck, North Central I-35 Neighborhood Coalition 3 (NCINC3)

Nefertitti Jackmon, City of Austin, Neighborhood Housing and Community Development


EAST AUSTIN COMMUNITY BRAIN TRUST


COMMUNITY GUIDES Alta Alexander E. 12th Street Merchants Association, Altatudes Heyden Black Walker Reconnect Austin Harrison Eppright Visit Austin Linda Guerrero Native Austinite, Community Leader Jesus Mendoza E. Cesar Chavez Merchants Association, Mr. Natural Shavone Otero People United for Mobility Action (PUMA) Paul SaldaĂąa Native Austinite, Community Leader, SaldaĂąa Public Relations

Creola Shaw-Burns Fifth Generation Austinite, Community Leader, Events Unlimited Zai Sadler Native Austinite, Poet and Artist Yasmine Smith People United for Mobility Action (PUMA) Rachel Stone Guadalupe Neighborhood Development Corporation Melissa Vogt Vortex Repertory Company Jim Walker University of Texas


PANEL INTERVIEWS Alyssia Woods Andy Smith Annick Beaudet Ashby Johnson Bill Brice Bo McCarver Brad Stein Brendon Wittstruck Cara Bertron Carla Steffen Carol Polumbo Chris Harris Council Member Alison Alter Council Member Paige Ellis Council Member Jimmy Flannigan Council Member Ann Kitchen Council Member Natasha HarperMadison Council Member Sabino “Pio� Renteria Council Member Kathie Tovo Cody Cowan Colin Wallis Darrell Bazzell Dave Couch Dewitt Peart

Dean Almy Diana Ramirez Diann Hodges Dianne Bangle Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette Dyana Limon-Mercado Elizabeth Mueller Eric Bustos Erica Leak Flynn Lee Gary Farmer Gilbert Rivera Greg Canally Greg Kiloh Greg McCormack Heather Ashley-Nguyen Heidi Anderson Heyden Black Walker Ingrid Spencer Jane Rivera Jay Blazek Crossley Jeff Moseley Jim Walker John-Michael Cortez Kathy Smith Kelly Porter

Kelly Porter Kimberly Taylor Kristen Heaney Laura Cortez Leon Shadowen Linsday Derrington Lori Renteria Lynda Rife Marina Bhargava Mark Rogers Mateo Barnstone Meg Merritt Melba Whatley Mike Arellano Mike Kennedy Mike Rollins Pamela Benson Owens Paulina Artieda Peter Mullan Randi Eisner Raul Alvarez Rebecca Leonard Rob Spillar Rodney Gonzales Ross Milloy Ryan Garrett

Sandy Gottesman Saundra Kirk Senator Kirk Watson Sharmila Mukherjee Shavone Otero Shea Little Sinclair Black Stephanie McDonald Steven Lamp Mayor Steve Adler Susan Fraser Tam Hawkins Ted Siff Tim Hendricks Tina Cannon Todd Hemingson Todd Steward Tom Noonan Tom Stacy Tom Terkel Tom Wald Tucker Ferguson Vincent Dolan Yasmine Smith


CONSULTANT TEAM


Dr. Colette Pierce Burnette President & CEO Huston-Tillotson University


Revisioning Mobility: The I-35 Project Credit: DAA

AUSTIN, TEXAS ULI ADVISORY SERVICES FEBRUARY 23-28, 2020


About the Urban Land Institute

Austin, TX — February, 2020

ULI Mission: to provide leadership in the responsible use of land and in creating and sustaining thriving communities worldwide Toa Baja Puerto Rico

§ A multi-disciplinary membership organization with more than 45,000 members in private enterprise and public service

Building Physical, Economic, and Social Resilience

A ULI Advisory Services Panel Report December 2–7, 2018

§ What the Urban Land Institute does: § Conducts Research § Provides a forum for sharing of best practices § Writes, edits, and publishes books and magazines § Organizes and conducts meetings § Directs outreach programs

Detroit, Michigan Parks and Open Spaces

A ULI Advisory Services Panel Report

§ Provided Advisory Service Panels since 1947

March 31–April 5, 2019

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ULI Panelists and Staff

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Selected for their subject matter expertise to provide objective, volunteer recommendations Marilyn Jordan Taylor (Panel Chair)

Antonio Fiol-Silva, FAIA

David K. Scott

University of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, PA

SITIO Philadelphia, PA

DaVinci Development Collaborative Atlanta, GA

Amitabh Barthakur

Kendra Freeman

ULI Staff

HR&A Los Angeles, CA

Metropolitan Planning Council Chicago, IL

Paul Angelone Senior Director, Advisory Services

Eliza Datta

Ilana Lipsett

E3 Development Boston, MA

Institute for the Future Palo Alto, CA

Georgia Gempler Senior Associate, Advisory Services

Connie Fan, ASLA LEED AP

Michael Rodriguez, AICP

LSG Landscape Architecture Tysons, VA

Smart Growth America | CBRE Washington, D.C.

Rose Kim Logistics Kelsey James-Kavanaugh Panel Intern MLA Candidate, UT-Austin 42

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Panel Assignment

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Scope

§ Design strategies for the I-35 corridor § An implementation and funding plan with a focus on equitable outcomes § Public engagement process that results leading to a community-wide vision for development and mobility

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Austin, TX — February, 2020

Austin’s future is being set right now • A completely different I-35 that is part of a network of mobility, not a congested corridor • A regional transit system that links both North-South and East-West • Development and investment opportunities for all communities • Affordability, gentrification, and displacement

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The next 6 months are critical • Ongoing dialog and idea exchange with TxDOT • Setting a vision through a shared process • Defining and sharing a vision for an urban boulevard using “cap and stitch” to bridge the East-West divide long missing from the City

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Growth & Consequences

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Planning for I-35 and Additional Growth

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Challenges of Housing Affordability, Gentrification and Displacement

The Two Sides of Growth • 11th largest city in U.S. and growing • 60,000 affordable housing units needed in next 10 years • Hottest U.S. job market (2nd year) • Fastest growing apartment rents in • 232,000 households at risk of displacement Texas • Rapidly rising real estate taxes • 75% increase in hotel rooms in past 10 years • Top 5 growth market for global capital

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Accelerate Efforts to Address Homelessness

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Increase Displacement Prevention Efforts

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Expand Production of Affordable Housing

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City-owned land (DAA) Advisory Services Program

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Preserve Historical and Cultural Landmarks

https://www.austinmonthly.com/a-tale-of-two-murals-at-12th-and-chicon/

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Mobility & Design Strategies

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Transportation

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Development

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Districts

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Open Space

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Overall

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Existing I-35 245’ ROW, 215’ Center Advisory Services Program

Proposed I-35 Depressed and Surface 360’ ROW, 210’ Center

Proposed I-35 Depressed, with Surface Boulevard 245’ ROW, 120’ Center

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Proposed Boulevard Section

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Proposed Boulevard Section, with Cap

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Stitch

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Cap

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Program Examples for Caps

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Utrecht – Bike Parking Boston – Rose Kennedy Greenway

Barcelona – Rondas Neighborhood Recreation Park

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6th,

7th,

and Connector

8th

Street

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Urban Design

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Placemaking § A unique place for the local community bridging east and west Austin § A beautiful, vibrant, urban environment that celebrates cultural diversity § A mix of uses that activate the corridor § Multi-modal movements, sustainable design and construction techniques

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Urban Design

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Circulation and Pedestrian Routes § North-south, east-west connections § On-street parking § Pedestrian experience § Accessibility

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Urban Design

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Cap at East Cesar Chavez looking north

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Urban Design

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Urban Design

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§ Boulevards – § An important component of the public realm, serving both a transportation function and contributing to the overall urban character. 69 Advisory Services Program


Urban Design

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Celebrate our heritage

§ Frederick Douglass School § Leesburg, Virginia 70 Advisory Services Program


Urban Design

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Programmed to serve all people

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The Time is Now! NEPA

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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

Austin, TX — February, 2020

NEPA Overview

§ Federal law requires that projects receiving federal funding for projects to assess the environmental effects of their proposed actions § The law mandates that the process provide opportunities for public review and comment for input and shaping of decisions

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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Scope of Review

§ Noise, air quality, traffic and natural resource impacts; social, cultural, economic and environmental justice impacts § TxDOT focus – on the roadway improvements. § Proposed caps and stitches – important to the scoping process, but not part of the TxDOT scope

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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

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Sample Work Plan

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National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)

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Online NEPA Support Tools

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Community Engagement

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Community Engagement: Timeline

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Scoping Working Group

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Community Engagement to Heal

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Principles for Effective Engagement

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Acknowledge past trauma Meet people where they are Transparency and clarity Trust people as the experts of their experience Process is part of the outcome Help people see the future Photo by William Newton on Flickr Advisory Services Program

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Community Engagement: Goals

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Goals

Collective vision

Create Scoping Working Group

Build trust

Co-create design principles

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Design Principles: Sample Framework

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Cost & Finance

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Costs and Benefits

Estimated Costs of Project Item

Est. Cost

11 acres of caps

$220 mil.

2 acres of stitches (14 stitches total)

$40 mil.

O&M costs (30-years)

$53 mil.

Total Costs

$313 mil.

Source: ULI Note: Figures presented in present-value 2020 dollars at 3% real discount rate

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Potential Benefits (U.S. DOT Strategic Priorities) • Reduced surface road congestion • Mode-shift from auto to bike, walk, transit • Reduced bus congestion • Safety: reductions in injuries and fatalities at crossings • Environmental: stormwater, greenhouse gas, noise abatement • Health: air quality • Livability: open space


Tax Increment Financing

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Sample Diagram of TIF Financing

Proposed TIF District

Project financing Community programs

General revenues

Source: ULI

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Tax Increment Financing Existing Inventory Inventory

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Estimated Revenues Est. Market Value

Baseline (No-Build)

Project Scenario

Difference

$449.3

$516.7

$67.4

Office

1,021,985 sq. ft.

$393.4 mil.

Existing Properties & Growth

Retail

753,843 sq. ft.

$313.0 mil.

New Properties

-

$103.3

$103.3

Apartment

3,992 units

$1,241 mil.

Total

$449.3

$620.0

$170.7

Est. Tax Revenue ($ Millions, 2020 Present Value)

Source: CoStar; CBRE, Inc.; ULI $30 $25

Tax Increment

$20 $15 $10 $5 $0

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30

Years After Project Base

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Tax Increment Scenario

Source: ULI Note: Figures presented in present value 2020 dollars using a real 3% discount rate


Funding the Gap Funding Gap

Sources to Fill the Gap

Capital Cost

$260 mil.

O&M Costs

$23 mil.

Total 30-Year Costs

$313 mil.

TIF Finance

$171 mil.

Federal – BUILD Grant

$0 to $25 mil.

State / MPO

?

City / County

?

Capital Metro

?

Philanthropy

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Toll revenues

?

Total Funding Sources

$171 mil. to $196 mil.

Funding Gap

$121 to $146 mil.

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Source: ULI Note: Figures presented in present-value 2020 dollars at 3% real discount rate

• Federal • BUILD Grants • FTA New Starts • State • State Infrastructure Bank • Highway Bridge Program • Transportation Alternatives Set Aside / Safe Routes to Schools • Transportation Improvement Plan (TIP) / CAMPO • Conventional transportation funding sources • Toll revenues • Philanthropy


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Implementation

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A Complex Project with Multi-Faceted Implementation Goals

Coordinate and Deliver ‘Capital’ Projects

Manage Amenities and Programs

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Coordinate the Delivery of Community Development Goals

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A Governance Structure Needs to Address this Complexity

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Strategic Leadership Enhanced Technical Capacity Harness and Manage Funding and Financing Conduct Policy Coordination and Advocacy Create and Sustain Partnerships

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The Key Governance Questions to Answer

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Who Leads? Who Implements? Who Manages?

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A Leadership Structure that Can Evolve

Austin, TX — February, 2020

An Empowered Body to Represent Diverse Community Interests and Provide Strategic Direction § Immediate Term (0-6 Months) § Form a Scoping Working Group with representation from the City, DAA and Community Leadership § Lead Community Engagement and Design Process

DAA

City of Austin

Community Leadership

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Guiding Questions for Equitable Governance

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Ask questions like: § What is the decision-making structure? Who holds decision-making authority? § How will institutional power and privilege be balanced? § How will you co-create goals, metrics and rules of engagement for the group? § What is your eco-system of stakeholder and assets? Who/what is missing? Photo Credit: Wally Gobetz

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Sustainable Leadership Strategy

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Develop independent entity who can engage the public sector, private sector and community stakeholders in proactive planning for equitable growth. Mid-Term (6-12 Months) Evolve Scoping Working Group into a Project Steering Committee Strategic visioning and policy direction on project implementation representing the City and its community members Direct coordination of policy and programs among various project participants/stakeholders Long range planning to form independent

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Guiding Questions for Equitable Implementation

Austin, TX — February, 2020

§ How can you incorporate placemaking and temporary activations in existing physical assets? § Can you prototype ideas to visualize concepts and deliver small wins? § How will you communicate progress to publicly and create feedback loops? § How will you measure outcomes against community vision and equity concerns? Photo Credit: Freda Eisenberg Advisory Services Program

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Long term Support for Collaborative Planning

Austin, TX — February, 2020

Case Study:

MPC is an independent, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization Proactive Planning and Policy Development

Connects private, public and community stakeholders

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Build Capacity to Implement ‘Brick and Mortar’ Elements

Austin, TX — February, 2020

A Purpose Driven Non-Profit Development Corporation An entity with technical and transactional capacity to implement the vision set by the steering committee Mission focused and can be dissolved once mission is achieved Roles and Responsibilities Include § Technical aspects of pre-development and planning § Oversee Infrastructure delivery § Manage funding § Real estate and vertical development coordination § Multi-Agency coordination § Establish partnerships 97 Advisory Services Program


Create Capacity Long Term Management of Amenities

Austin, TX — February, 2020

A New Dedicated I-35 Parks Conservancy Building on the success and institutional knowledge of the Parks Ecosystem in Austin Work in partnership with the City and the Steering Community to forward defined project goals Mission focused with an independent board and delegation of authority from the City Roles and Responsibilities Include § Participate in the pre-development and planning stages § Manage and program all public open space and related facilities (including retail) § Fundraise through philanthropy, earned revenues and City resources for long term O&M

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City of Austin TxDOT (I-35 Project) CAP Metro (Project Connect) CAMPO (Regional Transp.) Huston-Tillotson / UT Austin (Edu.)

Scoping Working Group evolving to a Project Steering Committee

Other Stakeholders

New Purpose Driven Non-Profit Development Corp.

I-35 Parks Conservancy

Cap Infrastructure Real Estate (coordination) Capital Funding Agency Coordination

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Key Takeaways

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Key Takeaways

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§ The time to get started is now § This is a project of state and national significance § The realization of the potential of I-35 corridor and its design will depend upon an integrated approach that prepares Austin for growth that is equitable, sustainable, and affordable § A shared vision must be created in a way that includes and prioritizes marginalized communities § Successful implementation will require new forms of governance § Longer-term, a new nonpartisan entity should be formed to realize a vision for the Austin region

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Vision

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An integrated future

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Thank you to our sponsors!

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Thank you everyone else!

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Tedd Siff • Meg Merritt • Greg Canally • Heidi Anderson • Lori Renteria • Darrell Bazzell • Dean Almy • Alyssia Woods • Councilmember Madison • Stephanie McDonald • Jim Walker • Erika Leak • Shavone Otero • Greg Kiloh • Jay Crossley • Mateo Barnstone • Brad Stein • Randi Eisner • Flynn Lee • Brandon Wittstruck • Heyden Walker • Sinclair Black • Bo McCarver • Rebecca Leonard • Elizabeth Mueller • Tina Cannon • Greg McCormick • Tim Hendricks • Colin Wallis • Andy Smith • Councilmember Flannigan • Tom Noonan • Jeff Mosely • Kim Taylor • Paulina Artieda • Steve Sternschein • Carla Steffen • Sandy Gottesman • Marina Bhargava • Kristen Heaney • Ingrid Spencer • Mark Rogers • Vincent Dolan • Carol Polumbo • Tucker Ferguson • Mike Arellano • Diann Hodges • Gary Farmer • Rodney Gonzales • Councilmember Kitchen • Councilmember Ellis • Kelly Porter • Cara Bertron • Jane Rivera • Gilbert Rivera • Eric Bustos • Sharmila Mukherjee • Dave Couch • Dr. Collette Pierce Burnette • Dianne Bangle • Kathy Smith • Tom Wald • Mike Rollins • De Peart • Diana Ramirez • Dyana Limon-Mercado • Melba Whatley • Tom Terkel • Rob Spillar • Ashby Johnson • Tom Stacy • Leon Shadowen • Ross Milloy • Councilmember Tovo • Peter Mullan • Todd Steward • Todd Hemingson • Raul Alvarez • John Michael Cortez • Mike Kennedy • Lindsay Derringston • Bill Brice • Laura Cortez • Steven Lamp • Tam Hawkins • Senator Watson • Chris Harris • Annick Beaudet • Councilmember Pio Renteria • Saundra Kirk • Shea Little • Pamela Owens • Councilmember Alter • Lynda Rife • Yasmine Smith • Cody Cowan • Mayor Steve Adler

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Profile for Downtown Austin Alliance

Revisioning Mobility: The I-35 Project | ULI Panel Presentation  

The Downtown Alliance engaged the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) national advisory services to bring a panel of diverse experts to Austin, whe...

Revisioning Mobility: The I-35 Project | ULI Panel Presentation  

The Downtown Alliance engaged the Urban Land Institute’s (ULI) national advisory services to bring a panel of diverse experts to Austin, whe...