Capital Metro Images of Austin Landmarks, Capital Metro Customers or Employees, and Capital Metro Buses
INTERACTIVE MAPS
Use the trip planner to find your route, then use these maps to find the locations and amenities at the stops nearest to you.
Local Service Routes
Multiple stop service to and from downtown (001 - 099).
Limited & Flyer Routes
Limited stop service to and from neighborhoods and downtown (100 - 199).
Feeder Routes
Multiple stop service to and from neighborhoods and Transit Centers or Park & Rides (200 - 299).
Crosstown Bus Routes
Multiple stop service that does not access downtown (300 - 399).
Special Services
Downtown Circulators and special services (400 - 499).
UT Shuttle Routes
Limited stop service from student living centers and UT (600 - 699).
Express Routes
Limited stop service to and from UT, downtown and Park and Rides (900 - 999).
MetroRail
MetroRail Red Line
Fixed Route Timepoints
Locations of all Capital Metro Fixed Route Timepoints
Service Area
The Capital Metro Service Area is comprised of the following participating jurisdictions: Austin, Jonestown, Lago Vista, Leander, Manor, Point Venture, San Leanna, Volente, and portions of Travis County and Williamson County, including the Anderson Mill area. These member jurisdictions voted to join Capital Metro and to support it with a one percent sales tax. The Capital Metro Service Area boundary is depicted based upon the most current available information received from the member jurisdictions. Reasonable effort is made to update the map as necessary to reflect known changes. You may call the Capital Metro Planning Department at (512) 389-7485 to confirm the boundaries.
ADA Corridors
The ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Corridor is a geographic area defined by a 0.75 mile buffer surrounding specific fixed route service. The corridor varies throughout the week, depending upon the day of the week, as well as the time of day. Capital Metro currently has five (5) defined primary corridors.

Capital Metro is making route, schedule, service area, and Paratransit ADA information available using Google Maps. Every effort to ensure compatibility within various Internet browsers has been made, however, the maps may not function (or look) the same in all browsers. The maps have been tested with the following browsers: IE 6, IE 7, Firefox, Safari, and Opera. If you have problems with the maps, please click here. Users of Safari and Opera will need to ensure Scalable Vector Graphics (SVG) is installed and enabled. Ongoing efforts are underway to improve cross-browser compatibility.
Maps and geographically referenced data in particular pose challenges to full accessibility due to the current design of software applications. Capital Metro is actively working to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. We are continually working to accommodate all citizens who visit our web-based applications.

If you need assistance planning a trip, please click here, or contact the Capital Metro Go Line at 474-1200. If you have questions about the interactive maps, or Capital Metro geospatial data, please contact our GIS Coordinator during normal office hours, Monday through Friday from 7:30 am to 4:30 pm, at (512) 369-6296, or 24 hours a day via email at Capital Metro GIS.

Capital Metro geospatial/GIS data is available for download here.