Capital Metro Seeks Neighborhood Input

While Capital Metro works year-round to improve service for our customers, every five years we step back for a big-picture look at our changing region through a comprehensive service plan. This year we’re embarking on Connections2025, an in-depth review of the transit system. As the Central Texas community evolves, so will the transit needs and services provided by the agency

Neighborhood input is critical to providing transportation options that work for Central Texas residents and employees. We want to better understand your neighborhood’s travel patterns, how people use transit, and what we can do to improve.

Capital Metro invites you complete our online survey or  participate in open houses held across Austin between February 16th and 20th to provide valuable input. Information will be available in Spanish.

We are asking our neighborhood partners to pass this information along to your internal contact lists, social media platforms, etc.

Visit to:

  • Take our online survey
  • Sign up for the project email list
  • Continuing project updates


Our system best serves our community when we work together with our neighbors. We need your help rethinking transit! Feel free to contact us with questions or for more information. If there are other individuals you recommend that we talk to, please pass their contact information along.

You can reach us at

City of Austin Pipe Repair in Bryker Woods

Bryker Woods Concrete Pressure Pipe Repairs CIP No. 2231.227

Project Information & Description: Austin Water will be inspecting and repairing an existing 54-inch diameter water pipeline in the proximity of your neighborhood. You are being notified because you may be impacted by upcoming inspection and construction activity.

Project Construction: Inspection and repairs on the existing 54-inch water pipeline is scheduled to begin on Monday, February 10, 2014 and be completed by Friday, April 11, 2014. All inspection and repairs will be done inside the 54-inch pipeline. The contractors involved will be accessing the pipeline from a manway located on W. 134h Street between Oakmont Blvd and Beverly Rd.

Traffic Control: 34th Street from Oakmont Blvd to Beverly Rd will be closed to accommodate the inspection and repairs, but driveways located on t3h4 Street near the access manway will be accessible at all times.

Please drive carefully around the work area and follow the warning detour sigins. Contact Us: Keeping the public informed and up to date on this project is a priority for the City  of Austin.

Shirin Helmi, P.E. Eddie Cooper
Project Manager Construction Inspector
(512) 974-7133 (512) 297-5467

Water and sewer line replacement project

Austin Water recently launched “Renewing Austin” a five-year program to upgrade aging water lines and to keep pace with the infrastructure demands of a growing city. Currently work is scheduled for the Pemberton Heights and Bryker Woods neighborhoods. See link below for details including a map of streets where lines will be replaced.