Working Groups

Join your neighbors to help shape Project Connect by participating in a working group

 

Join a Working Group

Make a Difference by Joining a Working Group

Project Connect will transform Austin, and we want your help shaping the development of this important transit initiative. As part of a working group, you will volunteer with your neighbors and local businesses to meet with the project design team, give honest feedback and help the design team understand more about how Project Connect can best serve our community.

How to get involved: Click the button at right to review the map of the projected light rail routes and stations, and then sign up today for the working groups you want to be involved in. Working groups will meet several times a year to discuss the Orange and Blue line projects.

Click below to view the working group boundaries, and select the Orange and Blue Line project areas that are most important to you. Volunteer today and help shape the future of light rail in Austin.

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Upcoming Meetings:

Working Group Boundaries

Orange Line Working Groups

Seven working groups have been established to inform the proposed Orange Line:


  • North Line: Tech Ridge to Rundberg
  • North Lamar: North Lamar Transit Center to Koenig
  • North Guadalupe: Triangle to Hemphill Park
  • Drag: From 29th St. to MLK Blvd.
  • SoCo: Auditorium Shores to Oltorf
  • St. Edward's to Stassney
  • South Line: William Cannon to Slaughter Lane 

Blue Line Working Groups

Three working groups have been established to inform the proposed Blue Line:


  • South Shore: Waterfront to Lakeshore
  • East Riverside: Riverside to Montopolis
  • Metro Center/Airport: Metro Center to Austin-Bergstrom International Airport

Downtown Working Group

A downtown working group has been established to inform both the proposed Orange and Blue Line.

 

The downtown working group will provide feedback on the Orange Line from MLK Boulevard to Lady Bird Lake, and on the Blue Line from Republic Square to MACC/Rainey.