Mobility and increased traffic consistently have been top issues cited by residents in Georgetown in citizen surveys. Since we can’t close a gate to keep people from moving to our wonderful city, our best option to address traffic is to implement mobility projects to keep
Voters said they wanted it and Mayor Dale Ross and Georgetown leadership listened, recently unveiling plans to stay on top of Georgetown's mobility issues.
Having asked citizens in a recent survey about top priorities, the City's data show the top concerns are traffic and growth-related pressures,
Georgetown’s rapid growth means that our city street network continues to expand. The city’s road network currently has 704 lanes miles of city streets, which is three times larger than it was 25 years ago. This growth puts more demand on our budget for street