AUSTIN, Texas — We are getting a look at the next phase of the Waterloo Greenway.
The greenway project is a 1.5-mile park system. The Waterloo Park in Downtown Austin opened to the public late last year after it was completed in the summer.
Phase two of the project features 12 new connections between Fourth Street and the hike-and-bike trail. It will also be an effort to restore the banks of Waller Creek. Waterloo Greenway Conservancy is the nonprofit behind the project.
Work on phase two is expected to start in quarter three of 2022.
The park features 11 acres of green space, 1.5 miles of hike-and-bike trails and a 5,000-capacity outdoor amphitheater. It was closed to the public since 2011, but KVUE got a behind-the-scenes look at the remodel last year.
PHOTOS: Waterloo Park first look
The Moody Amphitheater Great Law is currently closed until Feb. 22 as Waterloo Park gears up for the upcoming season of concerts and events.
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