Now serving Georgetown
GoGeo, the city’s fixed-route bus system began Aug. 21. City staff worked with their partners at Capital Metro, Capital Area Rural Transportation System, the Georgetown Health Foundation, The Caring Place and Faith in Action Georgetown to finalize service plans.
Riders can use the bus at no cost for the first two full weeks of service, Aug. 21-Sept. 1. There will be no service Monday, Sept. 4, in observance of Labor Day.
The City will celebrate the launch of its new bus service with a ribbon cutting at noon Aug. 21 at the central transit hub at the Georgetown Public Library, 402 W. Eighth St.
Who can Ride?
All Georgetown residents are encouraged to take advantage of this service. Paratransit service is also available to qualified people with disabilities.
How to Ride?
Board the bus at any bus stop sign. To get off at your destination pull the cord. If you are mobility impaired the driver will assist you.
Where to collect the bus pass?
Passes can be purchased with exact change on the bus or at the Georgetown Public Library at 402 W. Eighth St. Credit cards will be accepted at the library as well.
What does it Cost?
One-way fares are $1. An unlimited day pass for GoGeo is $2. Seniors age 65 and older, individuals who are disabled, veterans and active military, and students with ID age 12 and younger ride for reduced $1 day pass. Children 12 or younger with a full-fare rider can ride GoGeo for free.
Hours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 7 a.m. to
Saturday: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m.