The City will launch GoGeo, the City’s first fixed-route and paratransit bus service, on Aug. 21. The service offers four routes that meet at a central hub at the Georgetown Public Library. The transit system is funded by rider fares as well as funds from the City of Georgetown, Georgetown Health Foundation, and Capital Metro. For more information, visit GoGeo.Georgetown.org.
The service is a result of the Transit Development Plan Study, adopted by the City of Georgetown and Capital Metro in September 2016, which defines service plan needs for a fixed-route bus service in Georgetown, including routing, service hours, frequency, and boundaries.