Mike Heiligenstein’s MoPac Project is a Solution To Austin’s Traffic Congestion
Posted on : 04-19-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
In Viewpoint Editorial's September 3rd issue, the American-Statesman confronted the issue of traffic congestion in Austin. However, with the help from Central Texas Regional Mobility, Austin can reduce traffic congestion by creating tolled roads. When agency implemented its first toll road 183A, it minimized traffic congestion in both tolled lanes as well as non-toll roads. With building MoPac Express Lanes, our intent is the make people's commutes more predictable and reliable. Working alongside Metropia, MoPac will integrate a traffic app keeping people updated with the latest traffic conditions. As a…
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A Look At How the CTRMA and Mike Heiligenstein Operate
Posted on : 03-06-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
The Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority (CTRMA) was created in 2002 in order to improve the transportation system in the Central Texas counties of Travis and Williamson. There are a few functions that the authority does that most people aren't aware of. The first thing that many people don't know is that the CTRMA is an independent government agency. The authority has no taxing ability to exercise and makes 70% of its income by selling investment bonds on the stock market. Since the authority was created its assets have increased…
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Anthony ‘Tony’ Petrello: Combining Preparedness And Good Fortune Leads To Spectacular Success
Posted on : 02-07-2017 By : Samantha Pointer
People who have known Nabors Industries chairman, president and CEO Anthony 'Tony' Petrello remember him as a brash, bright student with uncanny math skills Raised in a working class neighborhood in Newark, New Jersey, he earned a scholarship to Yale where he earned both a bachelor's and a masters degree in mathematics under the tutelage of the internationally famous mathematician Professor Serge Lang. After completing his degrees, Petrello surprised most that knew him and enrolled at Harvard Law School where he earned a juris doctor. That decision would change his…
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