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We want your feedback on the Project Connect Regional High-Capacity Transit Vision.  Download the full-size detailed map and give us your feedback! 

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The Project Connect Vision is a plan for a Central Texas where all of us are well-connected to the places we live, work, learn and play, via high-capacity transit. The Vision is realistic - in fact, some of the projects are already funded and underway. So what questions do you have?

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Marla Blank almost 2 years ago

I don't understand why connecting UT to Mueller is being rated as a higher priority than connecting UT to Crestview. The line from Crestview to UT will actually serve the UT student and faculty population. The UT student body expressed the same sentiment on April 24th when it unanimously passed a resolution endorsing a rail line on or near Guadalupe. They also stated that a line along or near Guadalupe would “directly serve students in their home communities, by building through the heart of residential student density.”

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Alex x almost 2 years ago

I support Crestview to UT as a higher priority than Mueller to UT

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Marie x almost 2 years ago

I support Crestview/N.Lamar to UT/Capitol Complex, where there is a CURRENT need, as a HIGHER priority than Mueller to UT.

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Rickw x almost 2 years ago

What I see here is the shorter. cheaper route comes first. It'll be no wonder that ridership will be low and future projects a harder sell. Let's take the actual necessary step and build a bridge downtown to connect North Lamar and South Congress, with UT and the Capitol in between.

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