Regional Mobility

Regional Infrastructure and Development Mission: To ensure the regional transportation system and infrastructure supports quality economic growth and an improved community that is supportive of business, while maintaining livability in Central Texas.

Contact: Andy Cantú, Director, Regional Mobility | 512.322.5685

Chair, Transportation Committee
Bill Blackstone, Rackspace


  • 2016 Transportation Committee Meeting Dates

    From time to time, Chamber committees or staff develop informational documents for the membership. Occasionally guest speakers for the Chamber Board or Committees provide handouts or power point presentations. Below are recent materials and presentations related to infrastructure.

    Each year, the Chamber membership through volunteer committees recommend various position statements and resolutions to the Board of Directors regarding important issues and projects impacting the business community. Below are the Board approved positions since 2005 relating to regional infrastructure development.

    Federal Agenda

    08.06.15 – Prop 7

    10.23.14 – CAMPO 2040 Position

    08.22.13 – Capital Metro Fare Structure Resolution

    03.28.13 – Regional Mobility Resolution

    Federal Transportation Agenda

    Transportation Agenda for 83rd Texas Legislature

    2012 City of Austin Bond Election – Supported

    2011 Travis County Bond Election – Supported

    CAMPO 2035 Long Range Transportation Plan

    08.01.10 – Capital Metro Sunset Issue Brief

    06.26.08 – Capital Metro Fare Increase

    08.23.07 – CAMPO TIP Amendments

    07.13.05 – Name SH 130 for Congressman Jake Pickle

    03.24.05 – CAMPO 2030 Plan

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