Mike Heiligenstein of Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA)

The executive director of Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, Mike Heiligensrein knows well how traffic congestion in Austin is a problem. It makes people delay in almost everything, and he is working hard so as to solve the issue. Technology is the solution to the predicament facing the drivers of Austin, and a lot of resources will be needed to address it, and he can do part of it.Learn more : http://www.mystatesman.com/news/opinion/heiligenstein-mopac-project-one-many-mobility-solutions/xMGCtppQvuEzYlFe8FuhSK/


CTRMA has come up with infrastructure in the country that is on the roads like 183A Toll Road in Cedar Park and Leander. Communities that live there have benefited from technology with more progress being made to keep the flow of traffic smooth. Roads have been built by CTRMA with increased number of lanes in Austin and Texas in general. People living in Travis and Williamson counties have a company that is transparent and is working to ensure that they are moving on the roads.


Mobility Authority leads in innovation, and the project at MoPac Express Lanes use modern technology that manages and provides a smooth traffic flow on the congested highways. Decongesting roads is possible according to them, and people who are in a hurry can reach their destination on time. Varying tolling rates can apply differently and work hand in hand to suit the demand and supply. Prediction of traffic flow is also crucial so as to cater for emergencies. The smart technology ensures that the Express lane flows at all times even in rush hours.Learn more : https://templeofthecave.com/mike-heiligenstein-an-individual-who-works-hard-for-the-growth-of-austin/


Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority has combined technology in the roads with the ones in cars. The cars can be notified of times when they break the rules and use the wrong lanes. New roads that are being built will be smart.


Partnership with Metropia will create a mobile traffic application that is combined with traffic monitoring system giving real time solution and updates on routes that can be avoided because of traffic jams. People with cars can connect with passengers who wish to travel with them in their empty car seats. This will minimize the number of cars on the roads.Learn more : http://www.dot.state.tx.us/ttf2009/People/MikeHeiligenstein.htm


CTRMA helps the Highway Emergency Response Operator in giving free roadside assistance for the cars with minor problems. Traffic flow will be consistent as a result of this. The roads that will be served are the Interstate 35 from Hays County to Georgetown and Mobility Authority roads where there is congestion.


There will be help for the road users, and the traffic nightmare will be solved. CTRMA has also partnered with Texas Department of Transportation to reduce congestion in Central Texas.