Dockless mobility systems consist of devices, such as bicycles or scooters, that do not require fixed docking stations for users to receive or return units.
- City of Austin Dockless Mobility Rules [effective 09 Nov 2018] (PDF)
- Notice of Dockless Mobility Rules Adoption with Public Comments (2.3 MB PDF)
- Map of Downtown Austin Project Coordination Zone (PDF)
- City of Austin Dockless Mobility Webpage (link)
According to the adopted rule, licensees are required to respond to complaints and obstructions within the following timeframes:
1. Sidewalk Obstruction of less than 3 feet - 60 minutes
2. Travel and bicycle lanes - 60 minutes
3. Transit stop obstructions - 60 minutes
4. Environmentally sensitive area - 60 minutes
5. Private property - 2 hours
6. Rebalancing off-hours – 2 hours
7. Other obstructions and nuisances – 2 hours
8. Unauthorized portions of parks and trails – 2 hours
9. Other unauthorized areas – 2 hours
The following is a table of licensee contact information. ZNA does not know how effective reporting complaints and obstructions will be.
|Wind Mobility||888 702 firstname.lastname@example.org||web|
On June 3, 2018, CapMetro completely remapped its bus system, eliminating and replacing routes 331 and 338 that previously serviced the Zilker Neighborhood. The following are the new routes maps and schedules:
- MetroBus 3 - Burnet/Manchaca - Map and Schedule (30-min frequency) (PDF)
- MetroBus 30 - Barton Creek Square - Map and Schedule (30-min peak frequency) (PDF)
- MetroBus 300 - Springdale/Oltorf - Map and Schedule (15-min peak frequency) (PDF)
- MetroBus 484 - Night Owl South Lamar - Map and Schedule (30-min peak frequency) (PDF)
- MetroRapid 803 - Burnet/South Lamar - Map and Schedule (10-min peak frequency) (PDF)
- CapMetro Systemwide Map (PDF)
- CapMetro Late Night Service Map (PDF)
Project Connect is CapMetro's plan to provide a complete system of reliable and frequent transit with congestion-proof services that operates free from other traffic. A vision of this plan is represented in this map (PDF).
- Bicycle Route Map Citywide (18.1 MB PDF)
- Bicycle Route Map Downtown (7.3 MB PDF)
- Using Your Bike with CapMetro (link)
- 2007 Street Smarts Task Force Final Report (6.9 MB PDF)
- 2009 CoA Bicycle Plan Update (28.1 MB PDF)
2016 Mobility Bond
In 2016, Austin voters approved $720 million in bonds for transportation and mobility improvements throughout the city. The Corridor Mobility Program was allocated $482 million to implement plans for some major corridors including the South Lamar Corridor and develop Mobility Plans for additional corridors and critical arterials. The Local Mobility Program was allocated $137 million for improvements including sidewalks, safe routes to school, bikeways, intersection safety/Vision Zero, urban trails, sub-standard streets, and capital renewal.
- Corridor Mobility Program (City webpage link)
- Local Mobility Program (City webpage link)
- 2018 Annual Plan (Feb 2018) (PDF)
- 2017 Annual Report (10 Apr 2018) (PDF)
Wabucy Zilker (Walk, Bus, Cycle) is a group of neighbors organized to increase walking, bus riding, and cycling for transportation and advocate for related infrastructure improvements in the Zilker/South Lamar area.