CapMetro To Run Critical Service Schedule on Friday
New schedule is part of emergency response efforts
AUSTIN, Texas (February 3, 2022) – CapMetro will operate a Critical Service Schedule Friday, Feb. 4. This is a new type of schedule CapMetro has developed as a part of emergency response efforts.
The limited service will run from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m., on 30 to 60-minute frequencies, on routes that could benefit thousands of daily bus riders who use these routes to access jobs, essential services, and grocery stores. The later start will give CapMetro staff time to assess roadway conditions before service begins, and the service will end early because of anticipated roadways re-freezing and expected lower ridership and workforce availability.
For a full list of routes not operating tomorrow, visit our service alerts page on CapMetro.org or refer to the list below.
The following routes will NOT be operating tomorrow:
Routes Not Operating
|MetroBus 5 Woodrow||1, 3, 4, 323, 335 & 337|
|MetroBus 17 Cesar Chavez||1,4, 300 & 322|
|MetroBus 30 Barton Creek||3 (at either end of the route but not along Bee Cave and Walsh Tarleton)|
|MetroBus 214 Lago Vista/Jonestown||None|
|MetroBus 315 Ben White||1, 3, 10, 333 & Westgate Transit Center|
|MetroBus 345 45th Street||1, 3, 7 & 10|
|MetroRapid 801 North Lamar/South Congress||1 & 201|
|MetroRapid 803 Burnet/South Lamar||3 & 300|
|All MetroFlyer routes||-|
|All MetroExpress routes||-|
|All UT Shuttle routes||-|
|All Pickup zones||-|
|All Round Rock routes||-|
CapMetro recognizes that many members of the community rely on the agency’s services to get around the city and to important appointments. The agency will resume its regular operating schedule on Saturday, Feb. 5.
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