Round Rock Transit Development Plan
The 2022 Transit Development Plan (TDP) was initiated by the City of Round Rock to update the prior 2015 vision. Since that time, there has been fixed-route service and complementary ADA paratransit implemented, which has seen a steady increase in ridership. With the City’s growth, there is widespread recognition that an updated vision is critical to help enhance mobility in the community going forward.
This TDP represents the City’s vision for public transportation and functions as the City’s strategic guide for public transportation for its residents and visitors. The primary goal of this plan is to help Round Rock make transit a viable option for travel within the city and its immediate region. Beyond simply making transit services more efficient and attractive to persons not currently using it, the City also aspires to use this plan to ensure that the service addresses ongoing development and growth, meets the connectivity needs of patrons for first mile/last mile access, and implements technological advances to support ease of use.
|Summer 2021||Data Collection and System Analysis|
|Summer 2021||Stakeholder Interviews & Small Group Workshops|
|Sep. 8 & 9, 2021||Public Workshops 1 & 2|
|Summer – Fall 2021||Data and Public Input Analysis|
|Dec. 8, 2021||Public Workshop 3|
|March 24, 2022||Presentation to City Council|
|TBD||City Council Action|
Action on any any proposed short- or long-term improvements to the transit system in Round Rock will require City Council action at a later date to be determined.
View the presentation given to Council on March 24, 2022 below, which provided an outline of the plan and study process.