Special Notice

Regarding the Lone Star Rail Project 

 
Make sure your voice is heard!  The Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization is currently conducting public hearings and accepting public comments online regarding their plan to remove the Lone Star Rail project from the region’s transportation plan.  If you would like to see passenger rail between Austin and San Antonio become a reality, please express that to CAMPO at one of the following public hearings or by submitting comments here: 
http://www.campotexas.org/get-involved/online-open-house-fall-2016/ 


Monday, August 29   Bastrop Public Library   1100 Church St.
Tuesday, August 30th   Bertram Library   140 S. Gabriel St.
Wednesday, August 31   Pflugerville Public Library   1008 W Pfluger St.
Thursday, September 1   Dr. Eugene Clark Library   217 S. Main Street, Lockhart
Wednesday, September 7   Cepeda Library   651 N. Pleasant Valley Rd, Austin
Thursday, September 8   Buda Public Library   303 Main St.
Tuesday, September 13   Lake Travis Community Library   1938 Lohmans Crossing, Austin
Wednesday, September 14   Taylor Public Library   801 Vance St.
Tuesday, September 20   Cedar Park Library   550 Discovery Blvd.

Lone Star Rail

New solutions to our mobility crisis.

New opportunities for Texas communities.

The I-35 challenge

Miles and miles of gridlock. Hours-long commutes. That's what the experts are predicting along Interstate 35 in the booming Austin-San Antonio corridor. It's a crisis that's threatening our region's prosperity, equal opportunity, and quality of life. That's why Lone Star Rail wants to create a new passenger rail service to move people and goods more efficiently, reliably, and affordably, while creating jobs and prosperity in Central and South Texas.

Learn More About The I-35 Challenge

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  • The Project
  • Benefits
  • Opportunities
  • The Team
  • News
  • The Project

    the story of lone star rail

    The Lone Star Rail project dates back to the 1990s, and the Rail District came into being in 2003 to bring the project to fruition.

  • The Project

    get there on time

    LSTAR will offer reliable, congestion-proof mobility to Central and South Texans, with frequent service both within and between the Austin and San Antonio metros.

  • The Project

    Where will LSTAR go?

    The Lone Star Rail line will run between Austin and San Antonio, generally in the I-35 corridor. A number of specific routes are being studied.

  • Benefits

    making mobility affordable

    Lone Star Rail will provide not only efficient but cost-effective mobility for people and goods – creating affordable ways for people to reach jobs, education and markets.

  • Benefits

    the education corridor

    The communities to be served by LSTAR include nearly two dozen college and university campuses with more than 300,000 students, faculty and staff.

  • Opportunities

    creating opportunity

    Investment in rail infrastructure creates jobs, revitalizes communities, and supports local economies.

  • Opportunities

    taking care of our region

    Rail solutions offer Central and South Texas ways to improve air quality, protect open space, and make our communities better places to live.

  • The Team

    Who is the District?

    The Lone Star Rail District is an independent, local public agency accountable to the people through its board of elected and appointed officials and citizen volunteers.

  • News

    Work on the current LSRD EIS is temporarily suspended

    The Lone Star Rail District has temporarily suspended work as of August 9 on its Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) for the LSTAR passenger rail service.