A new report by The Verge says there are five metro lines that will make it to Austin in 2018.
The first line will be the rail-rich Union Pacific line, which will run from Dallas to Austin, leaving Austin on the West Coast for the first time in six years.
The other three lines will connect the Dallas-Fort Worth area with the rest of Texas.
Here’s the rundown of the new rail lines.
Union Pacific Line: This line will carry about 1.4 million passengers a day, according to the agency.
It will connect Dallas to San Antonio, but it will still be the only rail line in Texas to serve the Houston area.
The new line will have two stops in the Dallas area, and it will also run along the Interstate 45 corridor.
Texas Central Railway: This train will carry up to 710,000 people a day from Dallas through San Antonio.
The line will link the Dallas/Fort Worth metropolitan area with Austin, taking passengers from Dallas and the Austin area into the Austin/San Antonio area.
It’ll also run from the Dallas airport to the San Antonio airport.
Union Station Express: This rail line will connect Austin to Dallas.
The Union Station train will stop at Union Station on the Texas Central rail line, and the train will run through the heart of the city.
It won’t be able to handle passengers from the Houston region.
Metro Blue Line: The Metro Blue line will travel through the Dallas Metroplex, but will have stops in Fort Worth, Dallas, and Dallas-Waco.
It’s the longest rail line between Texas and Texas.
Metro Orange Line: Another rail line that will be in Texas is the Metro Orange line.
It runs from Houston to Dallas and then runs through Dallas-Tyler.
It also connects the Dallas metro area to the rest on the west coast.
Metro Green Line: Also known as the Green Line, this line will operate from Houston, Texas, to Austin.
The Green Line runs through the city and is part of the Houston Metro, which connects Houston with the Dallas and Fort Worth areas.
Southwest Express: The Southwest Express will be a new rail line connecting Houston to the west, and will run on the Katy Freeway.
Metro Purple Line: It will be part of a larger Metro Purple line that runs from Dallas-Midland and Houston to Austin and San Antonio on the east side of Texas and connects Dallas and Austin on its way to San Diego.
Texas Southern Railway: The Texas Southern rail line is the largest in Texas and serves Dallas-New Braunfels.
It travels from Houston through Dallas to New Braunfel.
It can handle some of the heaviest freight traffic in Texas.
Blue Line Express: A new railline that will run between Dallas and Houston.
It connects Dallas to Fort Worth on its own and is built to carry heavy freight.
Blue Ridge Line: A rail line from Dallas up to Dallas-Laredo, Texas.
It has a number of stops, including a station in the Houston metropolitan area.
North Texas Express: North Texas is a new line that travels from Dallas along the Gulf Coast, and then goes to Fort Bend County.
It leaves Fort Bend, Texas on its west side, and comes back to Dallas on its east side.
Southwest Corridor Express: Another new rail-heavy line from Houston into Dallas, with stops in both Houston and Dallas.
It is part a large line that includes the Blue Ridge, Red Line, and Blue Line lines.
Metro West Express: Metro West is a line from Fort Worth to Houston and then connects Houston to New Orleans.
It serves Houston, Austin, and other parts of Texas on the Gulf coast.
Northeast Corridor Express (NEC): A new line from New Orleans to Fort Lauderdale and St. Petersburg, Florida.
West Texas Corridor Express and Northeast Corridor: This new rail and rail line are part of an interstate rail network that runs through Texas, but each one of them will serve Houston, Dallas and New Orleans on their way to Austin from the Gulf and Central America.
Southern Pacific Rail Line: One of the few rail lines to be built in Texas, this rail line has stops in Houston and Fort Bend.
It was the first line built in the state.
Northwest Corridor Express Line: Northwest Corridor is a rail line to Austin on Lake Travis.
It comes from Fort Bend and Fort Walton Beach, Florida, on the eastern edge of the state, and travels through Texas and parts of Florida on its route to the West.
Northwest Line: Northeast Line is a route that runs to the coast, from Lake Travis to Miami.
Northeast Line 2: The new Northeast Line will have a total of 11 stops along the route.
It includes stops in San Antonio and Corpus Christi, Texas; Fort Myers, Florida; and Houston, with a