Helpful Links

CARTS Public Surplus Auction Site

Public Surplus gives a guarantee to all of its buyers - you can trust who you are buying from. Only selected, public institutions can sell their items on this site, therefore you always know the auctions come from a trusted source.  More →

Amtrak

At our San Marcos Station, we operate a full-service Greyhound station along with Amtrak services.  More →

Greyhound

At our San Marcos Station, we operate a full-service Greyhound station along with Amtrak services.  More →

United Way Austin

The United Way Navigation Center provides a free community helpline for information about: housing, transportation, government resources and much more.  More →

Capital Metro

Capital Metro is Austin's regional public transportation provider. We've been around since 1985, and work every day to give residents, commuters and visitors the best possible transit options available to match their busy everyday lives. We're always on the move, connecting people with jobs, schools, restaurants, shops, festivals and other great places to hang out. In fact, we have over 32 million boardings every year. Take advantage of all the extraordinary things Austin has to offer and try Capital Metro.   More →

Office of Mobility Management

The Office of Mobility Management (OMM) strives to integrate our regional network of transit services to find ways that connect people to needed goods and services in our Central Texas area. The office is a collaboration between two transit agencies, Capital Metro and CARTS, with access to twenty-six community partners that are dedicated to meeting the transportation needs of senior adults, people with disabilities and veterans. As a result of these partnerships, The OMM has created a Transportation Services Guide in English or Spanish that provides information on public transportation, non-profit service providers and transportation resources for the region. The OMM can help you find the most accessible services and routes to get to your destination. Through unique local partnerships, smart coordination of resources and careful planning, the OMM connects you to Austin and the surrounding communities of Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee and Llano as well as Travis and Williamson counties. Use the OMM to get where you need to go. 512-369-6047  More →

Commute Solutions

We encourage alternative travel options like carpools, vanpools, transit, bicycling, teleworking, and walking. We work to help you learn about your regional mobility choices no matter where you live or what your needs are. By reducing the amount of single-occupant vehicle trips, sustainable transportation can save you money and protect our environment. Sustainable commuting reduces traffic congestion, benefits economic development, and improves quality of life for all. Commute Solutions resources serve the citizens and businesses of Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis, and Williamson counties. Para la ayuda en Español, llame por favor 512-916-6000   More →

TxDOT Texas Department of Transportation

You may contact us in several ways. Our hours of operation are Monday – Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Central When you call us we will (1) review your issue and provide a quick response, (2) reply within five business days if we are unable to provide a quick response and (3) respond at least quarterly to issues requiring more than 90 days to address. Toll free: (800) 558-9368 Austin: (512) 463-8588 Administration Districts Divisions TDD/TYY: (711) or (800) 735-2988 Texas Department of Transportation 125 East 11th St. Austin, TX 78701 Include name and address, telephone number and email (optional). What is the concern and what action are you requesting?  More →

CAMPO Capital Area Metropolitan Organization

As the regional transportation planning organization encompassing Bastrop, Burnet, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, and Williamson Counties, CAMPO is committed to improving mobility—and ultimately, quality of life—within the six-county region and ensuring the benefits of the transportation system are distributed fairly across all demographics throughout rural, urban, and suburban areas. CAMPO coordinates regional transportation planning with counties, cities, Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Capital Area Rural Transportation System, Central Texas Regional Mobility Authority, and the Texas Department of Transportation.  More →

Go Geo - City of Georgetown

GoGeo transit is serving Georgetown with four fixed routes and paratransit service. Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-7 p.m. Sat. 8 a.m.-6 p.m. Bus fares and passes will be available for purchase in the following locations: On the bus with exact change Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. CARTS Georgetown Station, 3620 S. Austin Ave. Hopthru mobile app Credit card purchases will be accepted at the library, CARTS station and the Hopthru app. The app is available wherever you download your apps.  More →

VRide-Cap-Metro

Commuting in a vRide Van isn't like riding in your co-worker's car. Our vans are customized to help you have the best commute possible. We work with the driver to keep them maintained so you never have to worry.  More →