Being the Executive Director of the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, Mike Heiligenstein has over thirty years of experience in finding solutions for the traffic system of Texas.
Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, also commonly called CTRMA, was created to find solutions for the transportation system of Texas in regards to their traffic system. Fighting congestion for more than fifteen years, the company has exceeded in maintaining an excellent transportation system in Texas, Austin and the vicinity.
CTRMA independent group has made it through with funding supporters and a lot of dedication from the founders and managers of the group, the leaderboards of CTRMA. Created in 2002, the company oversees most of the decisions in the transportation system, and it has been growing fast only with the support of their donors. The two counties that they manage have already shown considerable progress in their congestion in some areas of the improvement and development of new toll roads and solutions for traffic.
Since 2002, Mike Heiligenstein has already improved the congestion charts of Williamson and Travis counties and the traffic problems reported by civilians have drastically decreased during the years, but there’s still a lot of work to be done.
For Austin, the responsible professionals implemented the toll road 183A in the place where congestion was the most frightening, and it solved a big part of the issue, although Mike Heiligenstein has stated publicly that he still aims to develop more toll roads to do the same significant effects that he achieved in other metropolitan centers.
The corporation has developed Metropia and MoPac, two software that will integrate a traffic app together to help individuals who are looking for faster ways to travel around the counties by suggesting routes without congestion or by alarming them about the periods of the day with the lowest movement.
The solutions that came around with the implementation of smartphone apps have been so far very efficient at handling the traffic problems of a populous metropolitan center like Austin.