The city of Round Rock is expanding Round Rock Rides, the city’s on-demand ride-sharing program, to now service the entire city limits starting July 1.

Started as a pilot program last summer, the service offers affordable, on-demand public transportation, similar to that of an Uber or Lyft. A supplement to the city’s fixed-route bus system, users are able to book, pay and track their ride by using the mobile app as well as at or 512-312-2124.

What residents need to know

Passengers can schedule pick ups and drop offs at designated locations throughout the city, found on the city’s public transportation website.

The service runs Monday-Friday, 6 a.m.-8 p.m.; and Saturdays, 8 a.m.-6p.m. Round Rock Rides does not operate on Sundays.

Residents may schedule a pickup as soon as 30 minutes before, and up to 7 days in advance of a trip.

Normal fare costs $4 one way. Senior Citizens, paratransit service passengers and active-duty military are eligible for a reduced fare of $2 for a one-way trip.

Payments can be prepaid on the mobile app or exact cash upon boarding the vehicle.