Creating and building roadway solutions is what Mike Heiligenstein and the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority does. Finding solutions to problematic roads and highways experiencing traffic issues because of growth is their main objective.
Designing the U.S. 290 toll road between Austin and Manor created triple the capacity of drivers for the community, while making improvements on the non toll lanes made commutes easier for everyone.
At Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority making innovative decisions to improve traffic congestion is of the utmost importance. Founded by the people of Travis and Williamson counties, the Mobility Authority is locally sourced and held accountable by you.
By building the new MoPac Express Lanes, and establishing variable tolling, traffic flow will be smoother for everyone. The new technology implemented for use on the MoPac Express Lanes will manage a more timely commute. Parents who need to pick kids up from school and people needing to get to work on time will have a more reliable morning and afternoon traffic time.
Smart roads is one of the latest innovations being developed for roadway sustainability. Along the 183 South project, between US 290 and the airport the mobility Authority is laying Fiber lines for vehicles to essentially “talk”. Through the new fiberline system, tracking could ascertain if a vehicle is driving on the wrong side of the road, or if there are any accidents. Learn more about Mike Heiligenstein: http://www.mobilityauthority.com/about/executive-director.php
A new app is being developed alongside Metropia to initialize the new traffic monitoring system in the area. This integrative system will provide real-time assistance and alternative routes for commuters at anytime.
Modern transportation solutions through modern technology is the key for a better commute. The Mobility Authority is working hard to bring the smartest innovations to life for drivers in the Central Texas area.
According to Supply Digital Chain, Mike Heiligenstein has been the head director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority since 2003. He graduated from the University of Texas with Masters degrees in Government and Business Administration. His leadership has taken the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority from a startup business to a nationally recognized authority in toll and road innovations.
Mike Heiligenstein is a nationally recognized public speaker. He is an advocate for facilitating pedestrian and bicycle friendly roadways. He has more than 30 years of experience as a public servant. First serving as a Round Rock City Council Member before becoming County Commissioner. He is committed to making change in infrastructure projects to better the community he lives in.