Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority

Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority

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The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) is a Regional Mobility Authority in the US state of Texas. CTRMA was created in 2003 by Travis and Williamson counties after authorization by the Texas Transportation Commission in October, 2002. It was the first Regional Mobility Authority created under the enabling statute. CTRMA is headquartered at 301 Congress Avenue in Austin.


CTRMA's first project is 183A, an 11.6 mile (18.7 km) toll road in southwest Williamson County. Construction of the US$238 million toll road began in March 2005 and was opened to traffic in March 2007. The road is intended to serve the fast growing suburban communities of Cedar Park and Leander. 183A features a state-of-the art electronic toll collection system known as TxTag implemented by Caseta Technologies, Inc.

CTRMA is currently developing the "Mopac Improvement Project"Here is an excerpt from the website:"The MoPac Improvement Project is a combined effort by the Mobility Authority, TxDOT, the City of Austin, Capital Metro and other local experts to address traffic congestion on MoPac. The effort includes an environmental study by TxDOT and the Mobility Authority to evaluate a full range of alternatives and identify a preferred solution. Thorough studies will be conducted and the community will be invited to review the various alternatives in detail and provide feedback before any final decisions are made."One of the...
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