As the city of San Marcos advances a five-year transit plan, it will host a second round of community meetings on Jan. 28 to gather input.
Residents attending one or more of the meetings will have the opportunity to address the proposed transit-route redesigns and other concepts based on feedback from the Oct. 2 meeting, according to a press release sent by the city.
The San Marcos transit plan will detail the coordination of combining Capital Area Rural Transportation Systems—the city's transit system—and the Texas State University Bobcat Shuttle system to better serve the community, according to the city’s website.
There will be three different opportunities for the community to engage on Jan. 28: on the Texas State quad from 8-11a.m.; at the San Marcos Station, 338 South Guadalupe St., from 1-3 p.m.; and at a formal planning meeting hosted by the San Marcos Activity Center, 501 E. Hopkins St., from 6-7:30 p.m.