CARTS service to transition to GoGeo bus service in August
The City of Georgetown is launching its first fixed-route bus system this August, which means some changes for the City’s current on-demand bus riders.
The GoGeo fixed-route bus and American’s with Disabilities Act paratransit service will hit the streets Aug. 21 with four routes meeting at a transit hub at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St. The service will operate Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. within the service area.
If you are currently riding the curb-to-curb service you will need to fill out an ADA Eligibility application to qualify to ride the new ADA paratransit service and qualify for reduced rate fares on the fixed-route system. A draft ADA plan and application for the paratransit service is available online at gogeo.georgetown.org/accessibility.
If you do not qualify for paratransit service, contact the Office of Mobility Management, OMM, at mytxride.com or call (512) 369-6047 to get more information about transportation services in the area.
For additional information and to learn about this new service, visit gogeo.georgetown.org.