Mobility Georgetown Bond 2021
The City of Georgetown is putting together a mobility bond package for a vote by its residents in May 2021.
Nov. 16 through Dec. 7: Please review the list of proposed projects developed by the Mobility Georgetown Citizen Advisory Committee. The interactive map tool lets you learn more about, share your support for, and add comments on each of the 10 proposed projects. You also can indicate your support for comments that are submitted by other people.
- Increasing capacity of Georgetown’s roadway network and bridges with high traffic volume.
- Improving intersections, building sidewalks, and enhancing safety throughout Georgetown to create new connections within and among neighborhoods.
- Coordinating with other planned transportation work, including projects identified in our Pedestrian and Bike master plans, to accelerate delivery to Georgetown residents
Residents will drive the development of this bond, from a citizen advisory committee that will provide final recommendations to multiple opportunities for public feedback before the election is called.
The committee developed the project list after careful consideration of Georgetown’s overall transportation needs and following the first round of public engagement in summer 2020. Of the more than 500 residents who took the digital survey, the majority want bond projects to focus on investing in roads and intersections, managing congestion, and improving traffic signals.
The 2021 bond package would build on the success of the 2015 bond. Georgetown voters approved $105 million bond to build, design, and plan transportation projects. As of October 2020, we are on track to finish 10 years’ worth of projects in only seven.