Public Transportation



IMPORTANT NOTICE: Starting Jan. 9, 2023, the following transit changes will be in effect (new schedules will be available in Dec. 2022): 

  • Route 152 to Tech Ridge will see increased frequency, with buses running every 45 to 60 minutes between 6:30 a.m. and 8 p.m.
  • Route 150 to Howard Station will be discontinued; connections to Howard Station can still be made from Tech Ridge after taking Route 152 to Tech Ridge. 
  • Route 50 to Austin Community College will no longer provide service to La Frontera due to the upcoming introduction of a mobility on demand service. The route will be modified to travel down Mays Street to Dell Technologies and Walmart, and a stop will be added at Texas State. 
  • Route 51 East to Louis Henna and West to St. David’s will be discontinued and replaced by a mobility on demand service. 
  • Route 980 to Downtown Austin will remain unchanged.

Round Rock Transit is proud to partner with Capital Metro to provide transit services in Round Rock. You can use Google Maps or Capital Metro Trip Planning Tool to plan your trip today!

Our seamless fare system works across the entire CapMetro system, including ACC Green Pass and UT passes. In Round Rock, you can buy your bus pass at the Transit Center located at 300 W. Bagdad Ave., at local HEBs, on the bus and online

Paratransit Service

Round Rock also provides Paratransit Service for individuals whose disability prevents them from using the regular fixed route.

Other Transportation Options

Other transportation options not affiliated with the City of Round Rock include:

Bus Driving Jobs

Interested in driving for Round Rock’s transit service? Contact Capital Metro or Star Shuttle

Transit Development Plan

The Transit Development Plan was developed in 2015 to provide a blueprint for improving local mobility and regional connectivity over the next 10 years. The City of Round Rock also has an ADA Complementary Paratransit Service Plan in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).

The project included a comprehensive evaluation of local population characteristics, regional travel patterns, a review of transit start-ups in peer cities and obtaining community input. An initial online survey was conducted between February and April 2015 to collect information on transit needs and desires in Round Rock. An Existing Conditions Report was released and presented to City Council. An interactive “Design Your Own System” online survey was conducted between June and August 2015 to help the study team understand how the community envisions their ideal transit system. Other outreach activities included community meetings with stakeholder groups and the public and attendance at neighborhood meetings.

The City of Round Rock is currently updating its Transit Development Plan — learn more at

Title VI Program

As a recipient of Federal funds from the U.S. Department of Transportation, the City of Round Rock is required to establish a Title VI Program, which prohibits discrimination against any person in the United States on the basis of race, color, or national origin.

Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program

The Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program encourages small for-profit businesses, which are owned by socially and economically disadvantaged individuals, to participate in government contracts partially funded by U.S. Department of Transportation funds.

Reasonable Modification to Policies and Procedures

It is the City of Round Rock’s policy (Spanish version) to make reasonable modifications to policies and procedures when requested by individuals with disabilities, when such accommodations are necessary to avoid discrimination on the basis of disability.

Contact Us

Transit Coordinator
Edna Johnson
3400 Sunrise Road, Round Rock, Texas 78665

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