Q How will you coordinate with regional partners to meaningfully address our traffic crisis. What is your long-term vision for addressing traffic in Austin, and what would be the immediate first actions (beyond conversations) you would champion as a City Council Member to address the crisis?
Asked by Austin Ahead
Q Transportation problems affect all Austinites including Asian Americans who use the busy / clogged roads and highways and those who need mass transportation to address their mobility needs. The mayor and his staff have reached out to the Asian American community to seek their participation, feedback and support in solving mobility issues starting with the upcoming bond election: Will you commit to working with the Asian American community to include their needs as part of a solution that satisfies the needs of all Austinites now and in the future?
Asked by Asian American Resource Center
Q Please characterize your support for an ambitious plan to reduce cost of living and allow residents more freedom to live in the neighborhood of their choice, through allowing a variety of home types in all neighborhoods (particularly west and central Austin) and eliminating residential occupancy limits which stigmatize and harass the poor. Please characterize your support for an ambitious plan for 2020 bond issue for light rail, to increase access for those who cannot afford to maintain a car.
Asked by Democratic Socialists of America
Q Transportation is the second highest family cost. When it is difficult to move freely around Austin, access to services and economic opportunities are limited; time spent commuting leaves less room for family obligations and socializing; and Austin becomes a more frustrating place. Do you support the items below? (Please mark each one you agree with)
Asked by Austin Chamber of Commerce