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Georgetown Transportation

Introduction

The Transportation Department’s mission is to expand and maintain the transportation network through passionate public service by a dedicated team of skilled professionals.

The Transportation Department manages the daily operations and maintenance of city streets, the public storm water conveyance system, sidewalks and rights-of-way. Responsibilities include traffic control, emergency response operations, special events and assistance in code enforcement. The Department inspects daily the City’s roadways for sign repair, pavement management and sight obstructions. The Transportation Department participates with the Safety Committee to provide safety-training workshops.

Active Transportation Projects

The Transportation Department is involved in the development and implementation of various road, transit and storm water improvements.

Transportation bonds were approved by Georgetown voters in 2008, 2015, and 2021.  Details on these transportation bond projects can be found at: bonds.georgetown.org.

The Overall Transportation Plan may be found at 2030.georgetown.org/overall-transportation-plan.

The Sidewalk Master Plan and Public Facility Access Audit is to inventory existing public infrastructure within the City of Georgetown City Limits, identify design and compliance deficiencies, evaluate future program requirements and develop a ten year implementation plan. See the plan at  SidewalksAndFacilities.georgetown.org.

The Transit Development Plan Study, initiated by the City of Georgetown and Capital Metro, can be found at: transit.georgetown.org/transit-development-plan.

 

 

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