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Best Proactive Neighborhood on Transit Issues: Southwood

When it comes to public transportation, this hands-on neighborhood association has its feet on the ground. The old South Austin NA has forged (mostly) good working relationships with public entities, particularly Capital Metro, which has adjusted its bus stops to better suit the area's residents. Southwood was also the first NA to enlist in Cap Metro's Adopt-a-Stop program, adopting and beautifying six bus stops in the hood. That's worth jumping on the No. 3 for a well-deserved Champagne crawl.

Souththwood Neighborhood Association
southwoodofficers@gmail.com
www.main.org/southwood

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