There was an argument in which American-Statesman said that there was a possibility of an increase of traffic congestion in Austin and that is why the community needs a technological solution to solve that growing problem. The statesman was right because there is the need for multiple resources so that the traffic problems can be encountered before things get out of hand. The Central Texas, Regional Mobility Authority, does such work.
The body led by Mike Heiligenstein who is the executive director ensures that there are solutions for to the problems facing mobility. They have had significant achievement since establishment having built 183A Toll Road in Cedar Park and Leander. It has so far brought central transformations to the communities which have potential growth. They have had a couple of achievements. The company is a private organization which was established by the inhabitants of Travis and Williamson Counties.
The Mobility Authority has a mission of ensuring that they are innovative regarding infrastructure by coming up with technologically advanced solutions. There are new MoPac Express Lanes which the institution is building with which makes use of technology that is sophisticated with the aim of managing the traffic. Their goal is to ensure that the lanes are working even when it is during the rush hour.
Since there is the need for smart roads, the regional mobility under the firm leadership of Mike Heiligenstein is dedicated to ensuring that they make use of up to date technology so that they can achieve their mission of creating roads that are effective to the users. They will make use of fiber lines which will be embedded in the 183 project of the South. The Mobility has established a partnership with Metropia so that they can come up with an app for mobile traffic and integrate it with their system for monitoring traffic.
The statesman touched key areas and solutions which are important in the development of roads. His report is essential, and the resident can learn from the report that there is also the need to pedal and also walk. His statements go hand in hand with Mobility because they build Shared use paths along their projects.
About Mike Heiligenstein
Mike Heiligenstein has been a successful Executive Director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority in Austin, Texas. The agency is independent and began in the year 2002. Its aim was to come up with a modern design of transportation network in central Texas.