Population: 950,715 / Mayor Steven Adler
The City of Austin will harness the power of technology and data to help people shift their travel behaviors in ways that work for them, advance societal goals for climate action and sustainability, keep people safer on our streets, and power up economic vitality.
Smart mobility involves deploying new technology to move people and goods through our city in faster, safer, cleaner, more affordable, and more equitable ways. The Austin Transportation Department seeks to foster creative, mutually beneficial partnerships to carry out real-world testing of smart mobility technology, such as shared, autonomous, connected, and electric vehicles.
The Austin Strategic Mobility Plan is a comprehensive multimodal transportation plan for the future of our transportation network - and it is needed for us to achieve the mobility outcomes that will help to improve and sustain the quality of life for all community members.
A summary of all dockless mobility programs and information in Austin
Open RFPs and Challenges
Due: December 31, 2019
Private sector organizations wishing to propose smart mobility projects not listed as calls for partnerships should submit a Public-Private Partnership Opportunity Expression of Interest Form.
Due: November 5, 2019
Through the City:One Austin Challenge, residents will work with the private and public sectors to identify unmet transportation needs, will collaborate on identifying solutions that address those needs, and help select up to two pilot projects to share up to $100,000 in funding to launch their idea – all to increase access to healthy living in Austin’s eastern neighborhoods.