The City of New Braunfels is currently developing a Public Transit Study for the community. This effort will be looking at developing and expanding public transit service in New Braunfels in ways that will improve mobility for residents and visitors to our community. This planning effort will include strong community and stakeholder outreach to help assess transportation and mobility needs in the community. Additionally, the City and its partners will be analyzing existing services in New Braunfels, completing a detailed demographic and travel patterns analysis, and developing a report on unmet transportation needs in the community. With the foundation of this information and analysis, service alternatives and strategies will be developed. The public and stakeholders will be engaged throughout this process and it is essential that community members provide input on needs and proposed services.
Surveys and Public Outreach
Surveys and multiple public outreach meetings were conducted to aid the planning team in gaining insights into the community’s transportation and mobility needs. Results of the surveys will be posted here as results become available.
As reports and Technical Memoranda are developed and finalized, they will be posted here. The Study Goals and Objectives, Review of Existing Services and Demographic, Land Use and Travel Pattern reports are coming soon.
Comments and Questions
Comments from the community about this process are important to the City of New Braunfels and its partners. The Alamo Area MPO has contracted with KFH Group to conduct this fixed route transit study for the City of New Braunfels. Please contact KFH Group on what you hope the outcome of the project will be and what public transit in New Braunfels will mean to you.