Round Rock Service
Capital Metro provides bus service to and within the city of Round Rock. Riders may park at the Round Rock Transit Center, located at 300 W. Bagdad Ave., and travel into Austin from there. Regular Capital Metro fares apply.
- Route 152 will not operate at this time
- Routes 50, 51 and 150 will operate between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. See below for exact schedules.
- Service on MetroExpress Route 980 has temporarily been suspended so that we can focus our resources where they best serve our customers. Riders may use Routes 50 and 150 to travel to Howard Station, where they can catch Metrorail into Austin.
Route 980: North MoPac Express
Route 980 travels from the Round Rock Transit Center to Howard Station and the New Life Park & Ride before continuing onto its Austin service, traveling on the MoPac managed lanes into downtown. Service operates weekdays, with 3 morning trips and 3 evening trips to and from Round Rock.
Route 50: Round Rock La Frontera
Route 50 travels between Austin Community College's Round Rock Campus and La Frontera near Hester's Crossing, serving destinations such as the Outlet Mall, H-E-B Plus University, Sunrise corridor, downtown, Round Rock Transit Center and La Frontera. Service operates weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. Southbound trips continue onto Austin and Howard Station as Route 150.
Route 51: Round Rock Circulator
Route 51 travels between St. David's Round Rock Medical Center and Dell's Round Rock Campus, serving destinations such as Round Rock High School, Success High School and downtown. Service operates weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Route 150: Round Rock La Frontera
Route 150 travels between La Frontera near Hester's Crossing and Howard Station, with limited stops. Service operates weekdays from 6:30 a.m. to 8:15 p.m. Northbound trips continue into Round Rock as Route 50.
Route 152: Round Rock Tech Ridge Limited
Route 152 travels from the Tech Ridge Park & Ride to the Round Rock Transit Center, with limited stops. Destinations include the Art Institute of Austin and several employment centers. Service operates weekdays with two morning trips and two afternoon trips.
Capital Metro doesn't provide paratransit service as part of our agreement with Round Rock. Visit the Round Rock Transit website for more information on ADA service in that city. We do facilitate transfer of ADA paratransit riders at Howard Station, though separate fares must be paid for each leg of the trip. If you have further questions, consult our Quick-Start Guide, call MetroAccess at 512-852-7272 or the Customer Service GO Line at 512-474-1200.