Vintage Place Stoplight at Vinemont and Slaughter Lane

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Long waits to get out of the soccer fields on Saturdays. Dangerous pedestrian crossings. High-speed traffic near a residential neighborhood. The City of Austin should install a traffic light at the intersection of Vinemont and Slaughter Lane, due to traffic volumes, traffic speed (the speed limit is 50 mph), and the entrance to a neighborhood and the Slaughter Creek Metropolitan Park.

The Mobility Bond that voters passed in November includes a corridor study for Slaughter Lane. Currently, there is an on-going corridor study for Slaughter Lane. Recommendations for the Slaughter Lane corridor may be selected for construction funding based on a City-wide prioritization that will be completed over the next 9 months. The Austin Transportation Dept. is hosting several upcoming citizen outreach opportunities to gain feedback on Slaughter Lane starting next week. Let our leaders know you support this infrastructure by signing this petition.



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