Our mission is to foster infrastructure development that improves the safety and efficiency of mobility throughout the 126-mile long, 6,731 square mile region. Anchored by the cities of Austin & San Antonio, The Corridor is a key developer for planned highway, air, freight and commuter rail projects.Learn more about The Corridor
Texas State Highway 130 (SH 130), also known as the Pickle Parkway, is a tollway from Interstate 10 east of Seguin to Interstate 35 north…View this project
Nearly 3 million people reside along the Corridor between Georgetown and San Antonio and each relies heavily on IH 35 as their major thoroughfare. Projections…View this project
The Corridor Council and the Lone Star Rail District will host a luncheon featuring a 2014 Election Day Wrap-Up and a discussion of Transportation Priorities for the Austin-San Antonio Corridor in the 2015 Legislative Session on November 7 at the New Braunfels Courtyard Marriott River Village. Former state rep and current US Congressman Joaquin Castro will provide opening comments. Panel discussion participants are: State Rep. Donna Howard, State Rep. Ruth Jones McClendon, State Rep. Drew Darby, State Rep. Doug Miller and moderator, Hays County Commissioner Will Conley.
Friday, November 7, 2014
11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.
Courtyard New Braunfels River Village
River Village Ballroom
750 IH-35 North
New Braunfels, TX 78130
If you have questions about the luncheon featuring a 2014 Election Day Wrap-Up and a discussion of Transportation Priorities for the Austin-San Antonio Corridor in the 2015 Legislative Session contact Evan Hicks at 214-718-0755 or email Evan Hicks @ email@example.com.
*RSVP required / limited seating.
"Between Austin & San Antonio, our combined talent, universities, innovation and existing assets rival the most well-funded
& innovational cleantech regions in the world." - Pike Powers