Those wondering what Austin-area roads might look like in 25 years need look no further than the 2040 Regional Transportation Plan. Many of those who have, it seems, do not like what they see.... Bunch was not alone in this viewpoint, as the vast majority of public speakers appeared to disapprove of the plan. Among other complaints, residents said that the plan is based on flawed data, proposes too many toll roads, and does not include enough transit, pedestrian and bicycle projects.
The draft is available here:
Note: One ongoing question is why the CAMPO regional plan does not seem to match some of the findings of Project Connect in regards to the North Corridor. The North Corridor has become the primary economic engine of Central Texas and also encompasses the majority of jobs. The low number of corridor studies and projects in this critical area of Central Texas is a red flag:
2014 Austin Strategic Mobility Plan:
Austin Rail Now -- Roger Baker's Guest Post on the Problems with the plan: