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Project Connect Open Houses on Transit in North Corridor

Project Connect is holding open house meetings next week to offer ideas and get input on transit plans for Central Texas. Regional transportation entities have joined forces to study transportation options for communities in the North Corridor, including Austin, Hutto, Round Rock, Pflugerville, and Georgetown. See details at the Project Connect website at

The public is invited to attend one of these Project Connect open houses:

Monday, June 24
5 to 8 p.m.
Allen R. Baca Center
301 W. Bagdad Avenue
Round Rock, Texas, 78664

The open house will be held in the Grand Meeting Room. Underground parking is available in the garage next to the Baca Center.

Tuesday, June 25
5 to 8 p.m.
Dobie Middle School
1200 East Rundberg Lane
Austin, Texas, 78753

The open house will be held in the cafeteria. Parking is available in front of the school, in teacher’s parking lot and on side streets.

Wednesday, June 26
5 – 8 p.m.
Pflugerville Justice Center
1611 Pfennig Lane
Pflugerville, Texas, 78660

The open house will be held in the municipal courtroom. Parking is available in front of the Justice Center.

Friday, June 28
12 to 1 p.m.
Online Open House
Register to participate online at

Project Connect is a partnership among Central Texas transportation agencies aimed at implementing the high-capacity transit component of the CAMPO2035 Plan. The CAMPO plan was adopted by regional government representatives in 2010, after a nine-month public outreach process involving policy makers and community stakeholders. The initial Project Connect partnership includes the City of Austin, Capital Metro, the Lone Star Rail District, and CAMPO (Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization), the six-county transportation planning organization that includes Williamson County and Georgetown.

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