Tag Archives: Enhance Regional Mobility

Arlington City Manager Unveils $425 Million Budget Proposal

The City of Arlington unveiled its proposed $425 million budget for Fiscal Year 2015 during the August 5th working session of City Council. The proposed General Fund budget is $213 million. Police and Fire account for 63 percent of the General Fund budget, with the remainder divided among other City departments. In…

Tri-Schools Road Project: Public Meeting is May 29, 2014

The Tri-Schools Road Project is close to becoming a multi-million dollar project featuring water, sanitary sewer, storm water drainage, street lighting and street pavement improvements. During this project, crews will improve the following roads: Calender, Curry, Ledbetter and Russell. Ledbetter, Russell and Calendar are narrow, two-lane asphalt roadways with ditch drainage…

Public Meeting on Abram Street Project Draws a Crowd

Arlington residents and business owners attended a public meeting Tuesday night at the Arlington Convention Center to learn more about the City of Arlington’s options for the proposed plans to rebuild and enhance Abram Street — from Cooper Street to Collins Street. The purpose of the public meeting was to present…

Read the Latest Edition of the ‘Enhance Regional Mobility’ Newsletter

As you may know, “Enhancing Regional Mobility” is an ongoing priority of the Arlington City Council. Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of Arlington’s transportation connections within and beyond our borders is critical because of our central location within the region. Our community is at the crossroads. As the regional and…

Public Input Meeting: Abram Street Project

Arlington residents and businesses will soon have a chance to weigh in on the City of Arlington’s plans to rebuild and enhance Abram Street — from Cooper Street to Collins Street. A project briefing meeting will be held Tuesday, May 20 at the Arlington Convention Center, 1200 Ballpark Way (map it) to…

Enhancing Regional Mobility: A Priority in 2013

There’s renewed momentum in Arlington to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of transportation connections within and beyond the city’s borders.  It’s taking shape in a mobility plan designed for those who see Arlington as a world-class entertainment destination, students who know it as a genuine college town and everyone who…

Rail Project Changes Announced at Public Meeting

Arlington drivers will have an additional rail crossing for use during the the Union Pacific Rail Renewal track project.  On Thursday, January 17 Bowen Road will close for a few hours instead of a few days.“Union Pacific heard our concerns. Arlington is a bit unique because we have so many crossings…