Mike Heiligenstein is an infrastructure expert. He is often called to tale about infrastructure, in various forums, within and beyond Texas. His genius approaches for solving infrastructural issues have benefited the people of Texas in so many ways.
For many years he worked for Williamson County and the county without a doubt improved its waste water management, water management and transportation improved during his time in public service. He gave his eight years to the people of Williamson County serving as a member of the Round Rock county council. He also dedicated 15 years to serving the people of the same county as a county commissioner.
Today Mike Heiligenstein continues to serve the people of Texas, working as the director if Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority. He coordinates a team of 24 staff members, coming up with solutions for the mobility authority. He supervises day to day activities of the agency.
According to Biz Journals, the Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority was formed in the year 2003. This independent government agency was formed following the state law passage. The mobility authority operates under the Texas Transportation Code Chapter 37. CTRMA has been given condemnation rights. But, they do not have taxation authority.
CTRMA is governed by a board of members. The board has 7 members, one being the chairman. The chairman is elected by Texas’ Governor while the other 6 members are elected by Travis and Williamson counties’ commissioner courts.
Each of the counties appoints three members to represent them. The board in turn appoints the director of the mobility authority. Currently, the board is chaired by 6 Caucasian men and an African-American woman. Learn more about Mike Heiligenstein: http://www.supplychaindigital.com/International-Bridge-Tunnel-and-Turnpike-Association/executives/Mike-Heiligenstein/31
Since CTRMA was created, they have developed brilliant strategies to decongest roads in Texas. The mobility authority has grown from having no projects underway to constructing a number of toll roads and constructing lanes to expand already existing roads. The agency has also come up with an app that helps to sensitize people on the best times to travel.
They also have an app, CARMA which helps to connect drives with the same commutes. The two apps have helped to ensure that locals contribute to decongestion in their roads.
CTRMA today boasts of a Highway Emergency Response Operator that helps to clear the way so as to get traffic flowing. This is by coming to the help of stranded motorists, evacuating disabled cars and even clearing debris.