Learn more about who's building the 183 South Project.
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority is a local, independent government agency created in 2002 to improve the transportation system in Travis and Williamson counties. The Mobility Authority implements innovative, sustainable, and multi-modal transportation solutions that reduce congestion and create transportation choices that enhance quality of life and economic vitality in Central Texas. To learn more about the Mobility Authority, please visit www.MobilityAuthority.com
Colorado River Constructors, Joint Venture
Construction management for the 183 South design-build project is being headed by a joint venture, the Colorado River Constructors (CRC). The CRC is comprised of two experienced design-build firms: Fluor Enterprises Inc. and Balfour Beatty Infrastructure Inc. Their successful 14-year partnership has resulted in three design-build projects in Texas, including the successful planning and development of such major highway and infrastructure projects as State Highway 130 in Central Texas and State Highway 161 and the Horseshoe Project in North Texas. For more information on CRC, visit their website.
Fluor Enterprises Inc.Fluor Enterprises Inc., one of the largest engineering and construction companies in Texas and the world, is ranked as one of the world’s top contractors and design-build firms by Engineering News-Record (ENR).
Balfour Beatty Infrastructure Inc.Balfour Beatty Infrastructure, Inc. (BBII) has been in Texas for over 20 years, and is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Balfour Beatty PLC, a leading infrastructure group, serving the international markets for rail, roadways, bridges, utility systems, buildings and complex structures.
The 183 South Project has been developed in partnership with a number of other government agencies in Central Texas including the Texas Department of Transportation, the City of Austin and Capital Metro. You can find out more about our project partners below:
The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) is responsible for maintaining 80,000 miles of road and for supporting aviation, rail, and public transportation across the state. Through collaboration and leadership, TxDOT delivers a safe, reliable, and integrated transportation system that enables the movement of people and goods. Find out more at www.txdot.gov.
The City of Austin is responsible for building, maintaining and operating of city streets. The City also has the primary authority for regulating land use and development along transportation corridors, including the 183 South Project.
Capital Metro is the main transit agency serving the Austin metro area, providing bus, vanpool and carpool coordination services. The agency currently operates a commuter rail system that runs from downtown Austin to Leander. In addition to the rail service, Capital Metro offers commuters both local and express bus service in and around the Austin metro area.
The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) is the regional transportation planning organization for Central Texas including Bastrop, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson counties. CAMPO was established under federal law in 1973 and is governed by a Transportation Policy Board (CAMPO Board) comprised of regional and local officials. The purpose of CAMPO is to coordinate regional transportation planning with counties, cities, Capital Metro, the Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS), TxDOT, the Mobility Authority and other transportation providers in the region and to approve the use of federal transportation funds within the region. [cta-questions]