Transit Enhancement Program

The Transit Enhancement Program works to improve mobility and access to opportunity by collaborating directly with public transit providers and communities to understand needs and opportunities and enhance areas of the built environment to support transit.
Projects developed by this program focus on improving the speed, reliability and safety of transit operations while making transit easier and safer for customers to access. That includes making spot improvements, like designing better bus stops, to corridor improvements, like installing transit priority lanes.
For more information on how this program works to enhance transit operations, email

Transit Enhancement Infrastructure Report

For the first time, Austin now has its own comprehensive plan to guide investments in infrastructure that support local transit operations, access and safety. The Transit Enhancement Infrastructure Report identifies 37 recommended transit infrastructure improvement projects within the city of Austin totaling $53 million. Voters approved $19 million as part of the 2020 Mobility Bond for Transit Enhancement projects. The remaining funding for these projects could come from CapMetro Interlocal Agreement funds as well as potential future grant and bond opportunities. You can find more information, including details on all 37 recommended locations, by reading the full report.

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Phone:  (512) 974-2300