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MetroRail

MetroRail offers comfortable and reliable passenger service Monday through Friday between the City of Leander and downtown Austin, and from Lakeline to downtown on Saturday. We have nine convenient stations and three Park & Ride facilities, in addition to many MetroBus coordinated routes to make taking the train fun and easy! Whether you're commuting to work, heading to school, seeing the sights or just out for a night on the town, MetroRail can take you there.

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MetroRail Stations

MetroRail Stations

800 N. Hwy. 183

Leander StationThe Leander station is located on U.S. Hwy. 183 just north of FM 2243. This is the northernmost stop along the MetroRail line. Leander Station includes a Park & Ride with 600 spaces.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and metal canopies.

Express Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

13625 Lyndhurst Blvd

Lakeline StationLakeline Station, formerly the Northwest Park & Ride, is located on Lyndhurst St. at Lakeline Blvd. This station provides convenient access to residents in Northwest Austin and Southern Williamson County. The adjoining Park & Ride offers 500 spaces.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and glass canopies.

Local and Express Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

3705 Howard Lane

Howard StationThe Howard Station is conveniently located at the southwest corner of Howard Lane and MoPac with easy access from all directions. Howard Station includes a Park & Ride with 200 spaces.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and glass canopies.

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

2427 ½ Kramer Lane

Kramer StationThe Kramer Station is located next to Kramer Lane east of Burnet Road near the Domain shopping center and the J.J. Pickle Research Center. Kramer Station is unique in that it has a platform on both sides of the track.

Parking:
There is no onsite parking provided at Kramer Station, and passenger parking in adjacent private parking lots is prohibited. There is limited on-street parking available on Brockton Drive just west of the station. Passenger drop-off and pick-up areas are located near bus stops on Kramer Lane.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and metal canopies. The Kramer MetroBike Shelter provides secure parking for up to 24 bikes on a first-come, first-served basis. A MetroBike card is required to gain access to the facility.

Rail Connectors:
These routes are timed to meet the trains. Two-hour MetroRail passes may be used on rail connector routes.

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

6920 N. Lamar Blvd

Crestview Station

The Crestview Station is located west of Lamar between Justin St. and St. John's Ave. and serves the nearby neighborhoods and businesses. The station is adjacent to Midtown Commons, a transit oriented mixed-use development.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and glass canopies.

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

6420 ½ Airport Blvd

Highland StationThe Highland Station is located along Airport Blvd. just south of Highland Mall Blvd. Customers have easy access to the many bus routes that serve the nearby stops.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, accessible ramps and steel canopies.

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

1719 Alexander Blvd

Martin Luther King, Jr. Station

The MLK, Jr. Station is located on Alexander Ave at MLK Blvd. Dedicated Rail Connector buses will greet passengers when trains arrive at this station to move them quickly to major destinations including the University of Texas and state office buildings.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens, accessible ramps and glass canopies. The North Boggy Creek Bikeway will cross this station.

Rail Connectors:
These routes are timed to meet the trains. Two-hour MetroRail passes may be used on these connectors.

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.

412 Comal Street

Plaza Saltillo Station

Located at Plaza Saltillo at 5th St. and Comal, this station uses the existing plaza architecture and offers access to nearby residences and businesses.  

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, windscreens and accessible ramps.
 

Local Bus:
These buses run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a
Regional Pass. 

401 E. 4th Street

Downtown StationThe Downtown Station is conveniently located outside the Austin Convention Center on 4th St. between Neches & Trinity. Dedicated Rail Connector buses will greet passengers at this station to move them quickly to major downtown employers and destinations.

Amenities:
This station has ticket vending machines, ticket validators, digital signs with real-time train arrival information, lighting, accessible ramps and metal canopies. This station is adjacent to the Lance Armstrong Bikeway.

Local Bus:
The Downtown Station is within walking distance to many local bus routes that can help get you where you need to go. View the Downtown System Map to choose the right route for you. Local bus routes run on varying schedules. If you transfer to one of these buses, you will need to pay a fare or present a Regional Pass.