CapMetro Engage | The digital public engagement platform


Welcome to CapMetro Engage

CapMetro Engage is an online platform where you can participate in CapMetro's various public engagement initiatives. The website is designed to make it easy for you to find open participation opportunities and provide your feedback. Whether at home, at work, or on-the-go, you can access this site to give us your thoughts. By becoming a member of CapMetro Engage, you will stay informed about upcoming projects and opportunities to participate.

Get Involved with Project Connect

Project Connect is a plan to create a system of high capacity transit (HCT) options to connect people, places and opportunities in an affordable, efficient and sustainable way. The term “high capacity” refers to transit that travels in its own dedicated lane or track—free of traffic congestion.
With your help, we’ll create a regional mobility vision that will take a multi-generational investment to connect people and places across Central Texas through HCT. This plan will improve Capital Metro’s existing services and build new services with greater people-moving capacity.

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The MetroRapid Virtual Open House

MetroRapid corridors will offer more frequent and reliable service to, from, and within Central Austin and the surrounding region. It will provide an optimized bus service with traffic signal priority, enhanced stations, quick fare payment and real time transit information.

We value your input!

The Virtual Open House provides background material and opportunities to provide your feedback on the MetroRapid project. Comments will be accepted until December 6, 2019.

MetroRapid VOH

The Blue Line Virtual Open House #2

Project Connect is Capital Metro's vision for a more connected, more affordable and more equitable public transportation system for Central Texas. In July and August 2019, we hosted workshops and a Virtual Open House to share information and seek feedback on conceptual alternatives. During theis phase, we evaluated alternatives for the Blue Line Corridor, a proposed transitway that could connect the Austin Community College (ACC) Highland Campus through Downtown Austin to the Austin Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA).

Blue Line VOH #2

The Orange Line Virtual Open House #2

In the second Orange Line Virtual Open House, we invited you to help us make some important decisions about how the Orange Line would operate. We looked at the pros and cons of such issues as whether the transitway should run below, above, or at ground level and discuss where potential stations could be located. 

Learn about what was discussed in the second Orange Line Virtual Open House.

Orange Line VOH #2

The Orange Line Virtual Open House

The first piece of Capital Metro’s Project Connect, the Orange Line will offer congestion-proof services that operate free from other traffic. The Orange Line will be a north-south transit line that provides faster, more reliable travel to, from and within central Austin and the surrounding region, providing a complete system of reliable and frequent transit.

Learn about what was discussed in the first Orange Line Virtual Open House.

Orange Line VOH #1

The Blue Line Virtual Open House

The Blue Line would offer high-capacity transit that operates along Trinity Street, over Lady Bird Lake, and along East Riverside Drive to the Austin-Bergstrom International Airport (ABIA). The population is expected to grow along the proposed Blue Line corridor by 86% between 2010 and 2040 and this faster, congestion-proof service will provide better access to key activity centers and job opportunities.

Learn about the Blue Line plans.

Blue Line VOH #1