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Master Transportation Plan 2015
After two years of hard work and community input, the Pflugerville City Council approved the final version of the City of Pflugerville Master Transportation Plan on May 12, 2015 through Ordinance No. 1217-15-05-12. As a part of the Pflugerville 2030 Comprehensive Plan, the Master Transportation Plan will help guide the development of transportation improvements associated with growth and development in the area. The approved document in a printable format is available by clicking on the image below:

For questions please contact the Planning Department at 512-990-6300 or email us at .

Revision History
The Master Transportation Plan update began in 2013 with a community presentation and informational maps. Although input is no longer being gathered at this time, the presentation and maps provided during the open house are available below.

Open House Presentation - August 7, 2013

2035 CAMPO Model:
This map depicts the 2035 roadway conditions if each of the projects in the CAMPO model are complete. Roadways symbolized in green reflect low traffic congestion while those symbolized with red reflect high traffic congestion.
2035 CAMPO Congestion Level Map

Neighborhood Visioning:
The “Neighborhood Visioning” maps detail local neighborhood concerns.  Are there locations were bicycle lanes or paths are desired?  Are there bicycle or pedestrian connectivity issues?  Are there “gaps” in any of the current pedestrian or bicycle routes?  Do you use local or regional transit and/or would you use local or regional transit?  
  Neighborhood Visioning Map: West of Weiss Lane
  Neighborhood Visioning Map: East of Weiss Lane

2015 Available Capacity:
This map details those roadways that have available capacity after both the “planned” and “under construction” projects are completed. This map highlights the existing roadways that can accommodate additional traffic and the roadways that lack connectivity.
2015 Available Capacity Map (link)