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Texas Traffic Information
Highlights state-wide traffic information, such as road closures and conditions.

CapMetro Transit
Visit the Capital Metro homepage to gain information about route details and fares. Ride the Dillo trolley-buses downtown for free. Most buses have bike racks. Here is a link to maps of the bus routes.

ABIA (Austin-Bergstrom International Airport) Homepage
Provides in-depth information, including a flight guide, weather information, maps, and telephone contact information for each airline that services ABIA. You can also search for arrivals/departures.


There is no parking provided by FHWA. Free parking is available underneath the I-35 bridge (about 3 blocks from the building). The lot fills up at about 6:30 am. For the most part, cheaper parking lots are open areas; the more expensive ones are in enclosed garages. You may either pay on a daily or monthly basis in the outdoor parking lots.

Metered parking is available around the Federal Building. Be aware that most meters have a maximum of 4-hour time limit. The vehicle must then be moved to another meter.

A bike rack is on the loading dock side of the building.

Austin 360

This is an independent website with a variety of information about the Austin Area. Austin 360

Page last modified on August 12, 2014.
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