From Culture Austin:
“Population is booming in the Lone Star State, and according to the most recent numbers from the U.S. Census Bureau, Texas has added more new residents than any other state in the country.
Released Thursday, the Census Bureau’s population estimates paint a picture of nationwide growth from July 1, 2014 through July 1, 2015. Texas gained a whopping 490,000 new residents in that time. Together, the Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and Dallas-Fort Worth metro areas were responsible for more than 412,000 of those new Texans.
With a 3 percent population increase, Austin-Round Rock was the fastest-growing metro area in the state, the seventh fastest in the nation. The area added 57,395 new residents — that’s about 157 people per day. The area’s population is currently estimated at over 2 million, but the Austin region could reach 3 million people in just four short years.”
I just read this, and I was stunned that 157 people every day will be joining the already impossible Austin traffic crisis! If you are ready, we can and would love to help your transition to super peaceful Lake LBJ! Our biggest traffic problem is deer in the road, Canada geese on the lake, and kids in golf carts. Call us!