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The last day for fixed-route bus services in Georgetown is Sept. 30, 2021. Paratransit services for qualifying individuals will continue uninterrupted. Read more here.

The City’s paratransit service, which is run by CARTS as a subcontractor for Capital Metro, provides curb-to-curb service from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Friday. Eligible riders pay $2 per trip and must make a reservation 24 hours in advance through the website or calling 512-478-RIDE (7433).

Eligibility and screening for paratransit services are provided, through a paper application, by the Capital Area Rural Transportation System. Click here for the PDF application.

If you have questions, comments, or concerns about this change to our services, please contact Will Parrish, City of Georgetown transportation planning coordinator, at or 512-930-6597.

Service hours notice

Christmas and New Year’s holidays: There will be no service Thursday, Dec. 24, Friday, Dec. 25, and Friday, Jan. 1.

There will be no Saturday service starting March 21 for GoGeo routes or paratransit service. CARTS will continue to provide needed medical trips for dialysis and other critical medical needs for pre-scheduled trips. Rides for qualified paratransit riders can be requested online or through the CARTS Reservation Center by calling (512) 478-7433.

GoGeo transit is serving Georgetown with four fixed routes and paratransit service.

Bus_LogoWho can Ride?
All Georgetown residents are encouraged to take advantage of this service. Paratransit service is also available to qualified people with disabilities.


Bus_IconHow 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.


Bus_TicketWhere 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.


Dollar_BillsWhat 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.


wall_clockHours of Operation
Monday-Friday: 7 a.m. to
7 p.m.

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