Mike Heiligenstein Offers a Long-Lasting Solution to the Mobility Challenge

The Statesman of America pointed out that as traffic congestion will increase in Austin, the community ought to take the initiative to solve the problem. The Mobility Authority is therefore grateful for the identification of the upcoming issue as they require a couple of resources to eliminate the traffic issues. The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority constructed the 183A road which has changed the communities in Leander and Cedar Park as they have encountered significant growth. They later brought up the 290 toll road in the USA which ran from Manor to Austin. It resulted to the tripling of the capacity that the previous road could accommodate, and also modified the lanes that were previously in use. This organization is an accountable agency that is locally placed and founded by the residents of Williamson and Travis counties.Learn mo0re : http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/print-edition/2014/01/10/fifteen-minutes-with-mike.html

 

The mission of the Mobility Authority is to innovate strategies that can be exploited to manage the flow of traffic using advanced technology. Since congestion cannot be fully eliminated as the MoPac footprint is not huge enough, any persons who require attending a concert or a job interview will have a dependable commuter. This corporation has collaborated with Metropia so as to develop a mobile traffic application that is incorporated with the traffic monitoring system. Therefore, commuters can easily access and identify real-time substitute routes.

 

About Mike Heiligenstein

 

Executive Director of the Central Texas Mobility Authority, a transportation agency that is multimodal, Mike Heiligenstein, has worked in the Mobility Authority since the year 2003. He has overseen its development from a small transportation agency to one that is recognized at a national level. Mike has advocated for pedestrian and bicycle facilities and has put enough effort to supply proper facilities along these projects. Recently, they are managing a program that is worth $1 billion. It is aimed at extending the 183A toll road which is used by a high population of Austin occupants.Learn more : http://www.mystatesman.com/news/opinion/heiligenstein-mopac-project-one-many-mobility-solutions/xMGCtppQvuEzYlFe8FuhSK/

 

Mr. Mike has always put his focus on an infrastructural projects where he once served as a public worker. He is a Williamson Commissioner and also a Round Rock City Council Member. He has held the position of chairman in the regional air quality initiative in Texas, the Clean Air Force, and also in the National Association of Counties representing the initial stages of Water and Air quality subcommittees. In the Austin-San Antonio Corridor Council, he was a member of the board as well as vice chair for two periods. In the Envision Central Texas project, Mike has held the positions of a founding and board member.Learn more : http://www.dot.state.tx.us/ttf2009/People/MikeHeiligenstein.htm