How to Get There: Springdale General Edition

August 30th, 2019

A community of makers and creatives, Springdale General hosts a variety of small to medium businesses from coffee roasters to non-profit organizations, and casual eats to tech startups. With so many great organizations, parking on-site can be limited. Good thing they are located right by a bus stop and have bike racks along with a community shower.

Community members of Springdale General include Caffe Medici, The Front Page Pub, Creative Action, Austin Parks Foundation, Latinitas, the Center for Social Innovation, and more.

This September, Springdale General has 2 big events coming up. On Saturday, September 14th, head on over for a BLOCK PARTY starting at 4:00pm. On the following day, bring the family for Community Art Sunday  hosted by Creative Action. Both events are free and open to the public.

If you want to get there without circling a gravel parking lot, use our guide below!

Location: Springdale General (1023 Springdale Rd, Austin, TX 78721)


Accessibility: Be sure to check if you are eligible for some Reduced Cost Options for various modes. 


Parking at Springdale General is hard but finding transit to get there is easy! Springdale General is served by two high-frequency bus lines that come every 15 minutes, 7 days a week!

Routes: 2, 300 & 350 will get you there!

Plan your trip (online): 

Plan your trip (on your smart phone):


Sick of sitting in traffic? You can beat the traffic and avoid congestion by biking instead. Use Google Maps in Bicycle Mode to find bike-friendly lanes, routes, and trails that lead you there. Nearby high-comfort bike routes include Pedernales protected bikeway, the Southern Walnut Creek Trail, and the Boggy Creek Trail. Once you arrive, there are on-site racks to lock up your bikes. Don’t forget a lock!

Plan your trip (online or smartphone): Using Google Maps in Bicycle Mode

Want to combine Transit + Bike? Read about Bike-Friendly Transit Options.


Grab a friend and walk – it’s a great way to catch up and spend time outdoors! Check out these walking resources for tips and safety. 


Catch Connect with your neighbors while you commute. MyCommuteSolutions can help you carpool and there are a number of available ride-hailing apps to provide door-to-door service.


From dockless electric bikes to colorful scooters, you have options for those shorter trips. Check out micro-mobility vendors for information on the various electric bikes and electric scooters available.

Ready to get going? Sign-up for our transportation E-Toolkit to receive a free bus pass, B-Cycle day pass, and promo codes for micro-mobility devices! Go to