Just a few weeks ago, Capital Metro and supporters of its $9.8 billion light rail-plus plan had the wind at their backs.
A proposed November rail referendum sure to be teeming with transit-friendly Democrats eager to show up and have their say in the presidential election. A Central Texas road system snarled through most of the daylight hours, even on Saturdays. A robust local economy, with everyone working and likely in a generous mood toward a huge government public works proposal.
- CapMetro announces new transportation plan, including potential ... ›
- Cap Metro board approves Project Connect mass transit plan ... ›
- Project Connect's Blue Line to Connect Austin Airport to Downtown ... ›
- CapMetro's Project Connect includes light rail with an underground ... ›
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