Official conference hotel
500 East 4th Street
Austin, TX 78701
Reserve your room online and receive the group rate. Hotel reservations will open on January 18, 2023.
*All room rates are subject to applicable tax, which is currently 11% and is subject to change without notice.
The reservation cut-off is Monday, May 15, 2023, or until the room block is sold out.
Self-parking and valet parking are available at the Hilton Austin.
Getting around Austin
Bus and rail
The Capital Metro System is Central Texas's most popular transportation service, offering both Metrobus and Metrorail services. For the convenience of its riders, Capital Metro System also offers a MetroRapid bus route and a MetroExpress rail line, both with fewer stops than their counterparts. Bus fares are $1.25 and rail fares are $3.50. Capital Metro System also offers Day Passes for patrons who are making several stops in a single day. Riders can purchase tickets or re-load fares using the Capital Metro Service app.
Carter Transportation Services specialize in airport transportation, but they can shuttle riders around town, too. Their services are completely customizable. Riders can select the type of vehicle they want, flat or hourly rates, request wheelchair-accessible cars, and schedule pickup at any time - they are open 24 hours a day and will pick up and drop off wherever requested in the Greater Austin Metroplex. Request a ride on the SuperShuttle app.
Bike and scooter rentals – shared micromobility
Austin is one of America's most bike-friendly cities and is committed to making a complete cycling network that's safe, convenient, and fun. The city government has dedicated an entire page of its website to all things bikes - initiatives, information, and bike maps are just the beginning.
MetroBike has 77 stations and over 800 bicycles in circulation in the greater Austin area including electric bikes. Start riding for as cheap as $1.09 for a pay-as-you-ride experience or get a 3-day pass for $19.49. Download the B-Cycle app to find a location and get moving. Other shared micromobility options include Bird Bike, Lime, Superpedestrian, and Wheels.
There are tons of pedicab options available in Austin. You can book rides on their websites or just hang around 6th Street to easily find one.
Ride sharing services, car rentals, limousines, and taxis
At Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, taxi and rideshare pickups are on the ground level at the Ground Transportation Center at the Rental Car Facility. Pickup directions depend on whether or not the passenger has checked luggage. This video details how to get there from baggage claim and this video shares how to get get directly there. One-way rides between the airport and downtown range from $20-$40. Travelers can also arrange for a limo, rental car, or taxi ride in advance. In downtown Austin, Uber, Lyft, and metered taxis offer in-city transportation from local drivers. All rides can be scheduled using smartphone apps.
Get there safely
For great tips, facts, and information about getting around Austin safely via all modes of transportation, visit Get There ATX.
ASCE COVID-19 policy
An inherent risk of exposure to COVID-19 exists anywhere other people are present. Any person who chooses to travel to and/or participate in this conference assumes all risks arising from that decision, including but not limited to infection from other vaccinated or unvaccinated participants, hotel guests, or other persons. ASCE is committed to holding an event where everyone feels safe. To accomplish this, we have updated our ASCE attendee policy concerning COVID-19.
All attendees must agree to comply with all safety procedures established by ASCE as well as any other protocols put in place by the host sites, travel facilities, or any other applicable authorities. View the ASCE COVID-19 attendee policy.