Transportation Planning Survey
The Abilene MPO has begun the process to update its long-range transportation plan, commonly known as the Metropolitan Transportation Plan or MTP. The MTP is updated every 5 years and plans for future transportation needs for the next 25 years. This new plan will focus on transportation improvements to the year 2045.
The plan will include roads, transit, and active transportation options such as walking and biking. It will also examine new technologies, travel strategies, and choices that maximize the use of current transportation infrastructure.
If you need to request ADA reasonable modifications or accommodations, please contact Citylink at 325 676 6287 Option 1 or send an e-mail to CityLink@abilenetx.gov.
Customers with hearing impairment should call
Texas Relay at 711 or 800-735-2989.
West Central Texas Rides
WCTX Rides is a safe, dependable, cost-effective, and seamless transportation network that provides mobility, improved quality of life, and a stimulus for economic development in West Central Texas. Plan trips using our region's transportation system for afforable, accessible, and connected transportation.
- City & Rural Rides
- Double Mountain Coach
- Disability in Action
- Private Transportation services (Greyhound, ridesharing, taxis, etc)
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CityLink Abilene On-Call Service Area Expanded
(325) 676-6BUS Option 2
A new expanded on-call service zone will be available effective July 15, 2019 for eastern Abilene trips.
Weekday Route 6 has the stop at the Mall of Abilene. Trips can be booked a minimum of 2 hours before and a maximum of 7 days in advance.