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Posted on: August 7, 2018

New Connect Southlake Mobility Website Helps You Stay In-The-Know to Stay On-The-Go

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From traffic tips to road construction and sidewalk options, the new Connect Southlake Mobility Page is your one-stop-shop for all things related to mobility in the City of Southlake. Designed as a resource to help keep Southlake residents and visitors moving freely, the page offers various options for learning more about issues that impact mobility.

As Southlake and the surrounding region has grown, traffic congestion has increased. Helping people get where they need to go efficiently and safely is one of the City’s top priorities. The new Connect Southlake Mobility Page will bring us one step closer to helping resolve mobility problems in Southlake.

The Connect Southlake Mobility Page offers the following resource links to combat mobility challenges:

  • Helping You Get Around: Waze, Lyft or Uber, navigating to Southlake and more.
  • The Future: Upcoming innovations that will increase mobility.
  • Sidewalks Where You Live: Where to find sidewalks in Southlake.
  • Bicycles Around Town: Where to find bicycle lanes in Southlake.

View Big Projects for an interactive tour of projects focused on increasing the ease of mobility and traffic flow and stay on top of upcoming and ongoing mobility projects. Click on a project to read the project’s description and see the physical location of the project indicated on a map.

See what’s new in the City regarding road construction, lane closures and more via the Mobility News section. Simply click on a mobility-related story to read the full article on MySouthlakeNews.com.

For live updates, be sure to follow @SouthlakeMobility on Facebook for the latest information on the City’s road construction projects and what is being done to improve mobility in Southlake.

Still have questions about traffic? The City of Southlake’s Traffic Management Divisionwas created to respond to current and future transportation needs. Contact their office at (817) 748 8098.

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