River Place committee considers charging hikers for trail use
Although the River Place nature trail is a hiking destination for residents from the Austin area and beyond, a lack of parking on-site results in hikers often leaving their cars alongside Big View Drive and River Place Boulevard—residential streets where trail entrances are located. The River Place Municipal Utility District—which manages and funds the trail—organized a volunteer committee in May to address the trail’s heavy usage and mitigate concerns about safety issues that could potentially be caused by street parking. During its meeting Wednesday, the committee talked about charging for admittance during peak hiking times, including weekend mornings in the summer, […]
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