An expanded and improved metro system is coming to Austin. Today, the Austin Transit Partnership (ATP) announced the team of architects and planners bringing transportation infrastructure to the Texan city, which has seen significant growth in recent decades and is in need of a network that can provide transit access to even more residents and reduce a reliance on cars.
ATP, an independent organization started by the City and Capital Metro Transportation Authority in December 2020, is overseeing the finance and development of Project Connect. The organization has announced it will work with local architecture and planning firms HKS, UNStudio, and urban strategy and
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