Mobility Authority Breaks Ground on
the 183 North Mobility Project
Agency Celebrates with a Community-Centered Tree Planting
Instead of a traditional groundbreaking for the 183 North Mobility Project, the Mobility Authority held a virtual “ground-building” to embrace local heroes, deemed “community cultivators,” that nurture our community and help it thrive. For this event, the Mobility Authority acknowledged educators at five Round Rock Independent School District schools located along the 183 North Mobility project corridor. The schools’ educators and staff were celebrated with a ceremonial tree planting and dedication.
“The planting of trees represents a special kind of groundbreaking – one where the soil is turned to sow seeds of community, celebrate those who protect the quality of life for the region and cultivate the improvements that help us grow and move together. It is a beautiful way to mirror the goals of the 183 North Mobility Project,” said Chairman of the Mobility Authority Board of Directors, Bobby Jenkins.
Read the Press Release
View the Mobility Authority's full press release to learn more about the ground-building event celebrating educators and staff.