Land Water and Transportation Plan

Travis County Adopts Land, Water, and Transportation Plan

The Commissioners Court unanimously approved the LWTP on December 2, 2014. It was completed by the Travis County Transportation and Natural Resources (TNR) department as a framework for protecting land and water resources, building a comprehensive transportation system, and efficiently delivering related services in unincorporated Travis County. The County will continue to invite residents and stakeholders to participate as the County moves forward with its implementation, through Court approved updates of the plan and adoption of growth-related policies, ordinances, and regulations. Future plan uses are:

  • Set priorities for Capital Improvement Programs (CIPs)
  • Guide formulation of growth-related policies and practices
  • Guide long range, collaborative planning efforts
  • Guide transportation and conservation-related public/private partnerships
  • Set Travis County's growth-related agenda for Texas State legislative action
  • Guide Travis County Annual Work Plans and Annual Budgets

LWTP Documents

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Growth Guidance Plan
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LWTP Maps

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Public Engagement

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A Public Engagement Plan was implemented to share the Draft LWTP with the public, collect their feedback, and report back to the Commissioners Court on citizen comments about the Draft Plan. The goals of the Public Engagement Process were to create public awareness of the Draft Plan and generate participation of a broad range of stakeholders through a transparent process. The project team offered several different opportunities for Travis County residents to get involved, such as: attending meetings, interacting with our team out at community events, through their email and social media activities, or participating from the convenience of their own homes through an online presentation and survey. We received over 1,200 survey responses and collected more than 700 comments regarding the Draft LWTP.