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Community Involvement

Our goal is to meaningfully engage our community in Capital Metro projects, programs and services. We encourage you to get involved and help us deliver transit service that is truly beneficial to all the communities in our service area.

Want to be more involved in what we do? Here are some great opportunities:

Have a genius idea to improve Capital Metro? Submit it online, and get your friends to vote for your idea.
 
Take part in Project Connect, a vision for high-capacity transit in Central Texas. By attending a public workshop, you can help decide what future transportation should look like and where it should go. Check out the Project Connect website for upcoming events.  

Learn How to Ride!
Riding Capital Metro is both easy and affordable. The more you know, the more you can take full advantage of our programs and services. We offer presentations for all ages to encourage transit ridership. 

Advise Our Board:

Capital Metro is led by an nine-member Board of Directors appointed by various local governing entities in its service area. The Capital Metro Board of Directors is assisted by two citizen advisory committees:

  • The Access Advisory Committee promotes and educates the public regarding acceptance and usage of the transit system. Members represent diverse backgrounds, abilities and interests, including, but not limited to, those who may be limited English speaking or who have disabilities, or those who have different levels of experience with public policy and group decision making.
  • The Customer Satisfaction Advisory Committee (CSAC) provides advice and recommendations on planning, operations, services and all other matters of concern to Capital Metro customers.

The public is also welcome to attend a Capital Metro Board Meeting to address any issues or concerns, make suggestions, or just let us know how we're doing.

Learn about becoming a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE):
Capital Metro has established a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program in accordance with regulations of the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT), 49 CFR Part 26. The DBE program ensures equal opportunity in transportation contracting markets, addresses the effects of discrimination in transportation contracting and promotes increased participation in federally funded contracts by small, socially and economically disadvantaged businesses, including minority and women-owned enterprises. The statute ensures that at least 10% of the amounts made available for Federally funded highways, mass transit, and transportation research and technology programs be expended with certified DBEs.

Learn more about Capital Metro's Community Involvement Policy.

Email us at feedback@capmetro.org.