Community Not Commodity advocates for land development policies that support community values over developer profits.
Our Methodology This map does not reflect data released by the City of Austin on October 4, 2019. Community Not Commodity is incorporating that data into its map now and will release an update as soon as possible. In Community Not Commodity’s current map, transition zones extend generally 2-5 lots from Imagine Austin Corridors and Centers and from the new Transit Priority Network. The red area estimates a potential 850-foot maximum discussed by staff. Because staff has said that their map of the 850-foot distance will begin at the front property line of the corridor-facing lot, we have added 50 feet to the transition zones to account for half of estimated corridor widths. This dimension likely overestimates street width for some transition priority neighborhood streets because they are narrower than major corridors.