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Sister Cities in Art: Plaza Saltillo Murals Unveiling

If you’ve strolled through Plaza Saltillo recently, then the vibrant new artwork adorning the walls of the front building likely caught your eye. Earlier this month, CapMetro orchestrated a captivating event to unveil these stunning murals, brought to life by Julio Cesar Avalos, aka Chous, a muralist and graphic designer…
Three cute CapMetro elves dancing together in the snow with the CapMetro logo on the bottom.

Polar Events are Here to Spread Holiday Cheer

Imagine yourself stepping outside, bundled up in layers and your warmest winter coat that you break out once a year. It’s finally cold out and the chill in the air brings with it dreams of hot chocolate with sugary marshmallows and holiday cheer. Like most other weekdays, you go to…
  • February 16, 2022
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Transit & Health in Black Communities

Throughout our time talking about Project Connect, we’ve been clear that an investment in transit is an investment in equity. What we mean by that is that public transportation ridership is heavily weighted toward low-income communities and people of color. And so when we improve our services, those benefits go…
  • February 1, 2022
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CapMetro Celebrates Black History Month

CapMetro honors Black History Month each February and this year’s national theme of Black Health and Wellness hits home particularly as we approach two years of living in a pandemic.  The national theme lets us focus our thoughts on an issue that’s important for the entire community. It also ensures…
  • January 24, 2022
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CapMetro’s 2021 Year in Review

The 2021 fiscal year was one of the busiest, most challenging and exciting years for CapMetro. Voters approved Project Connect, a transformational system expansion that will improve mobility throughout the region and make Austin a more equitable and livable city. We continued to improve safety measures at our facilities and…

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