Williamson County is a part of the Austin area in the state of Texas. The are has been growing rapidly in terms of population over the course of the last few years. The rapid growth in population comes with evident and expected problems – there is a definite need for a larger infrastructure because the demand for safe and fast transit is steadily growing.
In order to find solutions to the transportation issue of Williamson County, the Thursday’s Williamson County Growth Summit was dedicated entirely to the task at hand. Many experts were present at the Williamson County Growth Summit.
One of the attendees was the Executive Director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority – Mr Mike Heilingenstein. Present were also Mr Jared Ficklin as well as a few other professionals.
Mr Jared Ficklin is a renowned road designer, and he is a valuable member of the company Argo Desing. Mr Jared Ficklin talked about the necessity of providing newer and better ways for Williamson Country.
He came up with the suggestion to build an aerial gondola highway system. He argued that that would be a fabulous addition to the infrastructure and that it would also get rid of the transit problem in the area.
According to Mobility Authority, Mike Heilingenstein of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, in turn, stated that there is no time for such extensive and massive projects. Williamson County is in need of a quick fix. Learn more about Mike Heiligenstein: http://ibtta.org/sites/default/files/documents/Heiligenstein_Mike_formatted%20with%20Picture_2014.pdf
Mr Mike Heilingenstein mused about the help that ridesharing apps have been, but at that point, it was no longer enough. He reminded the experts that ere present that Williamson County already has a very modern road system and that instead of building an entirely new one, it would be far better to expand upon the existing one.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority with Mr Mike Heilingenstein would take on the project. In the past, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority had been successful in every project. The organisation came to be in 2002.
Mr Mike Heilingenstein joined the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority the very start of it. The agency is not a part of the government, but it does hold the responsibility of maintaining and taking care of the transit systems in the central part of Texas.
One of the most famous road network projects of The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority was had Mr Mike Heilingenstein as a leading executive and director.
It was the 183A highway in Williamson County. The highways was among the first roads that made a leap to a cashless toll system and collection through an electronic way. The projct was very high regarded. Many more successful projects came in the future and the transit system of Williomson County will alsobe added to the list.