Cap Metro’s High-Frequency Network serves all of Austin – and operates every day of the week. So, whether you're going to work or school Tuesday morning or out to get tacos on a Sunday afternoon, we've got a bus that will serve you Every 15.
Wherever you want to go, a dozen Metrobus routes run Every 15 minutes, from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m., 7 days a week.
Route 2 Rosewood – from Republic Square to the Capitol over to Rosewood in East Austin, Route 2 gets you across town from east to west.
Route 4 7th Street – from Deep Eddy west of MoPac along West 5th St. (on
the bus & bike lane!), Route 4 crosses the heart of downtown and delivers you to East 7th Street & Cap Metro Headquarters, too.
Route 7 Duval/Dove Springs – a big ol' route that begins near Crestview Station and ends near William Cannon and I-35, Route 7 serves Hyde Park & campus
up north and Riverside & Pleasant Valley down south.
Route 10 South 1st/Red River – covers a lot of Northeast Austin from the Norwood Walmart & Reagan High to the Mueller development. It then serves the
UT campus and heads south of the river along S. 1st St. all the way to Southpark Meadows.
17 Cesar Chavez – travels just where its name implies it would, along Cesar Chavez St. Its endpoints are Republic Square and ACC Riverside, but all of Cesar Chavez.
Route 18 Martin Luther King – need to get from Exposition Blvd. to the Erwin Center or maybe from MLK & Springdale Rd. to the Capitol? Route 18's your
best friend who'll give you a lift.
20 Manor Road/Riverside – is a big, honking route that serves
the airport and LBJ High, but not directly. In between, you can get anywhere on Manor Rd., as well as The Drag, Republic Square & East Riverside.
Route 300 Springdale/Oltorf – from Crestview Station to West Gate, Route 300 covers a lot of ground. It goes from Cameron Rd. to Springdale (skirting Mueller also serves
Pleasant Valley, Oltorf & South Lamar.
Route 311 Stassney – South Austin gets the east-west connection it needs with Route 311, which operates between ACC Riverside & West Gate, primarily on
Montopolis and Stassney Ln.
Route 325 Metric/Rundberg – North Austin's High-Frequency connection is Route 325, which begins at Tech Ridge and can get you to the Norwood Walmart via Metric
Blvd. & Rundberg Ln.
Route 333 William
Cannon – from as far east as Onion Creek Park west to Brodie Ln. and beyond, Route 333 has William Cannon Dr. covered.
Route 335 35th/38th Street – a new route created with
Cap Remap, Route 335 connects the Mueller neighborhood with Hancock Shopping Center, 38th & Lamar and Exposition Blvd.
Two MetroRapid routes give you the best of Austin, from North Lamar and Burnet Road to West Gate and Southpark Meadows - plus, Late-Night service until 2:30 a.m. Thursday-Saturday.
801 North Lamar/South Congress – connects Tech Ridge to Southpark Meadows via UT and downtown. It travels down North Lamar and South Congress.
Burnet/South Lamar – connects The Domain to Westgate via UT and downtown. It travels down Burnet Road and South Lamar.
Learn more about how the biggest service change in Capital Metro’s history
(Cap Remap) enhanced the
Network and gave you a bus that comes Every 15.