Transit experts offer solutions for Williamson County’s biggest issue: Traffic

In the recent past, we have seen many people suffer from the increased traffic jam in the city. For this reason, many of the discussions made about traffic in Austin focus on the city alone. We are here to develop a new strategy to have the city concentrate on other parts of the state and the regions which have more traffic jam than the city itself. The Williamson County is one of the places which have been recorded to have the highest level of traffic jam in the state. This is because most of the people working on the city line and operate from Williamson County on a daily basis.

 

The Growth Summit for the Williamson County was the only opportunity which presented to us to develop a new strategy to determine the future of the traffic jam in the Williamson County. As a matter of fact, we are also going to look at the needs which have to be met to determine the usability of the developed solutions to a traffic jam in the county. Traffic jam has become one of the most immediate problems in the United States. This is partly due to the increase in the population of the city and other factors which have become the building blocks of the state and the county itself. Therefore, we must also be careful of what we say because it will have a negative or positive impact in the long term.

 

The panel of discussion at the Growth Summit in Williamson County saw the inclusion of the RideScout LLC founder Joseph Kopser, Texas External Affairs Director Leandre Johns, Uber Technologies Inc., Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority Executive Director Mike Heiligenstein, and ArgoDesign’s Jared Ficklin. According to the founders of the summit, these are the best individuals who have the capability to formulate the ways in which they can reduce traffic jam in the region because they are the ones who have the capacity to develop high-end solutions to these capacities in the United States. The individuals sat down with an open mind and proposed the grandola system where we see a future without drivers. The vehicles will be controlled in a manner through which it focuses on the development infrastructure.

Learn more:

http://www.supplychaindigital.com/International-Bridge-Tunnel-and-Turnpike-Association/executives/Mike-Heiligenstein/31

http://ibtta.org/sites/default/files/documents/Heiligenstein_Mike_formatted%20with%20Picture_2014.pdf

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