Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) has announced the opening of the 183A Shared Use Path. Walkers, joggers and cyclists can now get from Leander to Cedar Park and points beyond thanks to the opening of the second phase of the 183A Shared Use Path. The $3.1 million, five mile project extends along the west side of 183A from RM 1431 north to Hero Way and connects with phase one, a 2.3-mile section that opened in 2011 and runs from South Brushy Creek to RM 1431. The 10-foot wide concrete shared-use path was built by CTRMA, which runs the 183A toll road.



About the Mobility Authority
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is a local, independent government agency created to improve the regional transportation system. Its mission is to implement innovative solutions that reduce congestion and create transportation choices that enhance quality of life and economic vitality. The Mobility Authority was the state’s first Regional Mobility Authority, created in October 2002 to serve Travis and Williamson counties. The Mobility Authority operates the 183A toll road in Williamson County, is constructing the 6.2-mile Manor Expressway east of Austin and will begin an 11-mile Express Lane project on the MoPac Expressway in 2013. For more information about the Mobility Authority, visit www.MobilityAuthority.com.