Cap Met Seeks Feedback on Fare Changes

Open houses begin Thursday

Cap Met Seeks Feedback on Fare Changes

Capital Metro staff has proposed changing its fare structure in January 2011, including raising some fares, standardizing rail and express fares, and elimination of free fares. The public may weigh in on the proposal at a series of upcoming open houses, online meetings, and a public hearing. Schedule below:

Open House Meetings
South – ACC South Austin Campus
Thursday, Oct. 14, 6-8pm
1820 W. Stassney
Routes: 3, 311

Downtown – Capital Metro Transit Store
Friday, Oct. 15, 12-1pm
323 Congress
Routes: Downtown Service

Northwest – Milwood Public Library
Monday, Oct. 18, 6-8pm
12500 Amherst
Route: 240

Southeast – Ruiz Public Library
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 6-8pm
1600 Grove
Routes: 4, 20, 331, 350

Online Meetings
Wednesday, Oct. 20, 12-1pm
Thursday, Oct. 21, 6-7pm

Public Hearing
Capital Metro Headquarters
Monday, Nov. 1, 5pm
2910 E. Fifth
Routes: 17, 300

You may also submit input to or by calling 474-1200.

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