Someone who is using the rail or bus lines in Texas today is likely familiar with Mike Heiligenstein, and he is holding summits around the state to take the opinion of the state’s population.
Everyone who lives in the state needs a finer way to travel, and the CTRMA is an important part of that. Someone who wishes to travel more easily in the state must have a look at what Mike Heiligenstein has planned, and they will learn that the CTRMA is making strides to improve their services.
#1: Rail Across Central Texas
Central Texas is quite large, and someone who is looking for a way to come across it quickly will be out of luck under the current format. There are bus lines that Mike knows are in service, but he recognizes there is more that must be done. His work includes public forums on the style of rail or other bus lines that must be included. Rail would be much like the northeast, and it would help quite a bit.
#2: The Bus Lines
There must be more bus lines running, and they must go to more locations around the state. The simplest form of travel is a bus that runs often, and anyone who wishes to use the bus may attend forums where they may ask Mike to open more routes for their area.
#3: Cheaper Travel
According to Biz Journals, travel in the state must become as cheap as possible, and Mike Heiligenstein believes there are many ways to reduce costs on the lines that cannot be reduced in the present day.
He wishes to partner with company that will build rail lines or start bus routes that will move quickly, cost less and send Texans where they need to go. The state itself is opening up to a great many people, and it will be a lovely place to go when someone knows they will find it easy to get around.
Mike Heiligenstein and his staff at CTRMA are looking for a number of ways to ensure they may reach out to the public about new rail and bus lines.
He is at many new meetings that will allow the public to make their voice heard, and he wishes to show the public he is listening to what they are saying. The public opinion will help sway the vote, and it will ensure the central Texas transportation sector is growing.