There are many great transportation options geared towards students.  Check it out!

Using the Bus or Train to Get to Campus?

Capital Metro offers University of Texas and Austin Community College students, faculty and staff a ride at no charge on bus and rail services. Employees and students riding Capital Metro through these programs must present a valid ID and/or valid pass.

CARTS Bastrop Metro Connector Route offers direct service from the Bastrop Bus Station to the ACC Riverside Campus with additional stops at Cedar Creek and Garfield Library.

The University of Texas

The UT Shuttle System has 10 routes to provide an easy and cost effective way for students, faculty, staff, and visitors to access the UT campus.  For shuttle information, please click here.

In addition, there are a number of transportation options available, such as The Texas Express, which is an exclusive non-stop service from PTS and Star Shuttle that provides charter buses from campus to Dallas, Houston and San Antonio on weekends.

For more information, on these services, as well as Zipcar, E-Bus, Car Share, Bike UT, and more please visit the Parking and Transportation Services page.

Austin Community College

With multiple campuses, ACC wants to get you to there.  They encourage students and employees to Go Green, with campus-to-campus Capital Metro routes and continue its Green Pass program, which provides Capital Metro passes to credit students and employees for use on the bus and rail service (Capital Metro Fixed Route Service, Express Bus Service, Special Transit Service, and MetroRail). Other ACC transportation programs include Carpool, Green Car Priority Parking, B-Cycle, Zipcar, Car2Go, and Electric Vehicle Charging Stations, See if there’s a good fit for you. Visit here for more information.

Texas State University

The Bobcat Tram provides City and Campus routes, which are designed to serve the campus of Texas State and the densely populated areas in San Marcos.  Click here for schedule and map information.