David Dech, Cap Metro's Vice President of Rail Operations, spoke about the new temporary downtown station and other projects Cap Metro has in the works for Austin commuters.
TxDOT Austin announced on Twitter Friday that the highway will be fully open for people traveling to the Texas Vs. Oklahoma University football game on Saturday.
As gas prices reached its highest level in the state of California since 2015, some Los Angeles area gas stations are charging more than $5 a gallon.
The City of Austin wants to make festival goers aware of closures and transportation options to get to Austin City Limits safely.
The Southern Gateway Public Green Foundation calls the $1 million mark a major fundraising milestone, but there's still a long way to go. The project will cost an estimated $28 million.
The Transit for Austin Coalition is calling on a bold and broad investment in transit options in Austin.
The push is to educate both students and parents on how walking or biking to school can benefit the community.
Ford has partnered with Argo AI to map roads and gather data that will help improve how the self-driving cars move around Austin.
Austin police say a local Lyft driver was able to stop a violent assault in South Austin last week, potentially saving a life.
Leander City Council was expected to make a decision about whether to move forward with plans to leave the future of CapMetro services up to voters. However, council members decided only to hold a public comment period on the matter instead of proceeding with that plan.
The bus service into Leander, as well as Metro Rail trips, are geared toward the work week commuter.
On average, more people die in motor vehicle crashes on Independence Day than any other day of the year, and alcohol is partially to blame, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
On Thursday, Austin Public Health and Austin Transportation released the results of their "Dockless Electric Scooter-Related Injuries Study" they conducted with help from the CDC.
Last year the average Austin driver wasted 104 hours sitting in traffic.
It's something we're all used to here in Austin traffic and the headaches that come along with it. Capital Metro is working to ease that problem with a new, proposed project.
With four additional trains now in the mix, CapMetro is trying to provide a little extra elbow room for those riding the Metro Rail -Red Line.
The Texas Department of Transportation said the morning of November 11 a car crashed into the cable barricade on U.S. 183 near the intersection of Stonelake Boulevard.
If you've actually taken Cap Metro's MetroRail service during the morning and afternoon rush hour, you'll know it's crowded. Clearly a very popular service.
The University of Texas at Austin's Parking and Transportation Services and Lyft are partnering up to give Longhorns a safe and convenient way to get home late at night through the UT Austin SURE Ride Program.
Many drivers on I-35 are having a difficult time figuring out new lane striping in Austin construction zones.