Capital Metro's bus service includes nearly 400 buses on more than 144 routes to 3,300 has stops that transport approximately 140,000 passengers daily -- Texas' highest per capita ridership. Capital Metro's fundamental bus service includes multiple-stop and express service that radiates from neighborhoods into downtown, multiple-stop service that feeds into neighborhoods, major transfer and park and ride centers, cross-town routes and school routes. These services, combined with van and carpool coordination, special event shuttles, special transit services for riders with disabilities and other services, are the framework for a transit system that helps keep Central Texas moving forward.
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Austin is a metropolitan region of 1.6 million people that thrives on a balance of technology, business services, education, and government. With its highly trained workforce, well-recognized quality of life, moderate cost environment, and its vast experience in manufacturing and research and development, Austin offers business of all kinds extraordinary opportunity for productivity, cost savings and profitability.
Fast growing, largely because of its draw as a destination for migrating talent, metro Autin experienced a 47 percent increase in poulation through the 1990s. Growth has been averaging three percent annually since the 2000 census. The 2000 census indicated that only three U.S. metros saw greater net migration than Austin from 1995 - 2000. The median age of the Austin metro is four years younger than the national median (31.7 years vs. 36.0 years). Nearly half the metro's population, 45 percent, is in the working years between 18 and 44 (compared to 38 percent nationally).
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