A Good Neighbor to the Community, and to Business
The Mobility Authority is committed to being a proactive force in the communities we serve. During construction of 183 South and after it opens, the Mobility Authority actively engages with and supports local neighborhoods and community groups by participating in and sponsoring events.
We’ve participated in numerous activities and initiatives to date, including community clean ups, tree planting events and mulch-spreading initiatives to protect our environmental resources. We’ve also sponsored community cookouts and hosted informational booths at Back to School events, joined neighbors at National Night Out festivities and set up shop outside the local HEB to arm shoppers with the facts about the 183 South Project.
We’ve had the opportunity make a meaningful impact on the communities we serve, in collaboration with the groups and neighbors who have called upon us. We value those trusted partnerships and thank all those who have welcomed our efforts.
Where the community is, is where we want to be. Whether it’s participating in Splash Day at the YMCA East Communities, engaging with shoppers outside Callahan’s General Store, or sponsoring a neighborhood group event, we are always looking for opportunities to connect with residents.
If you have a community event or initiative you would like us to consider getting involved in, just call our 183 South Community Outreach Director Steve Pustelnyk at 512-996-9778.
Good Neighbor to Business Program
In order to mitigate the impacts of construction on businesses along the US 183 corridor, we initiated the Good Neighbor to Business Program which incentivizes project staff to patronize US 183 corridor businesses. This helps keep revenue for goods and services local, and gives project staff the chance to win gift cards to a participating retailer when they submit receipts for purchases made.
Want to make your business one of our participating retailers? Contact Steve Pustelnyk at (512) 996-9778.
We know that construction impacts communities. Our efforts will ultimately improve your commute experience, and we want to make the journey as painless as possible in the meantime. It is our hope that through these community events, sponsorships and initiatives, that we can mitigate the disruption and help keep the community connected in a positive way. We look forward to seeing you out in the community!