Routes 1-499 and 600-699 - Frequent-stop service with routes all over town and flyer routes with fewer stops and faster service
Our Local bus service has the most options to get you around town - whether that's to work, school, a doctor's appointment or a movie. Our Flyer routes take you from the edges of our service area into the central core of the city. Find out the specifics about our wide-ranging service.
Routes 900-999 - Commuter bus service to and from downtown, designed to bring outlying residents into Austin's city center
Express bus service helps riders living outside the city center. With service from various Park & Rides into Central Austin, downtown, the UT campus and several other employment centers.
Routes 801 and 803 - Frequent service with a limited number of stops and faster travel times
Our rapid bus service operates frequently and with fewer stops, to move you along Austin's busiest corridors: North Lamar to South Congress and Burnet Road to South Lamar.
Route 550 - Commuter rail service to and from downtown designed to bring outlying residents into Central Austin
Nine stations located between Leander and downtown Austin, bringing you from home to work, or even out for a night on the town.
On-demand transit service in four zones within Austin and one in the Manor area
Whether you're connecting to a bus route, getting to a doctor's appointment or running to the grocery store, Pickup's convenient for places not best-served by a 40-foot bus.
Convenient, frequent service gets you where you need to go
We dedicate increased resources to our most popular routes. The result? Great service that runs at 15-minute frequencies on 6 highly-traveled routes
Routes 600-699 - Service connecting the University of Texas campus and residential areas
Open to the general public but made for UT students, faculty and staff.
Routes 50-52 and 980 - Connecting to other Capital Metro routes into Austin and providing service within Round Rock
The service connects Round Rock with other Capital Metro routes, bringing you into work and back home again. There's also service that will take you where you need to go within Round Rock itself.
Routes 410-412 and 481-486 - Safe, inexpensive options for traveling at night until 3 a.m.
Whether you work late or just don't want to deal with the hassle of driving and finding a parking space when you're out with friends, Capital Metro's Night Owl or E-Bus Service will help you get around after the sun goes down.
We can help get you to and from Austin-Bergstrom International Airport efficiently and economically.
Traffic is often terrible. Share a ride and take cars off the road with Capital Metro's vanpool service, offering you an alternative to driving alone.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Capital Metro provides transit service for qualified individuals that runs parallel to our regular, fixed-route bus service. A door-to-door, shared-ride service for riders with ADA-eligible disabilities who cannot always use the accessible fixed-route buses.
We know that some people might be reluctant to take transit due to concerns about being stranded without a way to get home or to a sick child in the case of an unexpected illness. In those cases, our Guaranteed Ride Home program offers you a safety net through reimbursement for cab or carshare fees.
The Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS) operates transit service to neighboring communities outside the Capital Metro Service Area.
Capital Metro's schedules occasionally change, sometimes because we identify shifting patterns in ridership and sometimes just due to holidays, special events or street construction. To find out when and why service might be disrupted, click through to our Schedule Change page.