I've already emailed Cap Metro customer service about this and even Mike Martinez, but I thought I'd try to get additional support here. There needs to be a public restroom at each of the stations/park & rides. Often, even when I "empty out" at work right before getting on the bus (downtown Austin), I still tend to get the urge to go by the time I get to Lakeline Station. I live in Leander, and used to park at the Leander Station. The lack of bathrooms has forced me to start parking at Lakeline instead, making my car commute each way 7 miles instead of 4, thus reducing the effectiveness of public transit since I'm putting out more carbon footprint. (In other words, I park at Lakeline so I can get in my car to quickly drive to a nearby department store, etc. to relieve myself rather than having to painfully walk to even the nearest apartment complex, where I feel like an intruder.) There's one bathroom at Lakeline, but it's for the employees, not for the public (it's locked by electronic card reader). What gives? Why do the employees get a restroom (which I hardly ever see used) and not the paying public? Is Cap Metro that afraid that we Express and Rail commuters (pretty much all students and professionals, from what I've seen) "riff raff", that we might vandalize a bathroom or something?