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Transit Development Plan
The city of Pflugerville is looking at our growth patterns and anticipating the future infrastructure and opportunities needed for various modes of transportation.

Public Meeting May 25
From February to March, residents were able to complete a transit survey which is now complete. A public meeting is set for May 25 at the Pflugerville Justice Center to discuss the plan,  learn about a financing plan, give an overview on the project and allow the public to contribute further to the transit plan. The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. with an open-house style setting and meeting presentation at 6 p.m. The meeting will be streamed live at for viewing and playback. 

Transit Plan
houston metro photoMany residents commute to Austin and neighboring communities. The city wants to know what your transit needs are. If a bus service were available, where would you want it to go? Throughout the month of February the city will be conducting surveys at various populated areas of Pflugerville to get a pulse of the community's feel on transit and transit options. You may also take the survey online. Let us know what transit options you would like in your city.

After the survey is complete, the city will hold public meetings to discuss transit options and survey results. 

On October 13,2015 the City Council approved an Interlocal Agreement between the Capital Metropolitan Transportation Authority (CMTA) and the City of Pflugerville to develop a three-year Transit Development Plan.  

The City Transit Plan will: 
  • identify transit needs in Pflugerville
  • analyze service options and financing
  • provide recommendations for transit services
  • complement the future high-capacity services that are part of the Cap Metro Project Connect North Corridor Study.  The North Corridor plan includes park-and-ride facility recommendations and services connecting to existing transit facilities in Capital Metro's service area including Tech Ridge and the Howard (Rail) Station. 

ride busTransportation Advisory Committee
The City Council nominated representatives to serve on a Transportation Advisory Committee to oversee the development of the transit plan. Mayor Jeff Coleman and Councilmember Brad Marshall serve on this team. 

Final report:
A final report is slated to go to the City Council this summer to outline the transit desires of the community as expressed through the feedback process. Once complete, Pflugerville will have an outlined plan of goals and measures complete with funding mechanisms outlined. 

Preliminary Report

Section 1: Goals and Objectives