A new CapMetro rail stop at Q2 soccer stadium will open February 24, the day of Austin FC's first game of the season. 

The McKalla Station stop at 10414 McKalla Place was built to provide passengers on the MetroRail Red Line access to the stadium, and its construction was part of the city's negotiations with owners and developers as it went through its approval process.

Construction of the station, estimated to around budget at $58.8 million, began in 2022. The double-tracked facility has two platforms on each side and connecting pedestrian and bicycle paths to the stadium. It'll be open on the day of home team Austin FC's first match of its 2024 season, against Minnestoa United FC, CapMetro announced on social media.

The 32-mile Red Line, which runs between downtown Austin and Leander, will have 10 stops when McKalla Station is open.

CapMetro is also building a new stop, Broadmoor Station, at 11501 Burnet Road. The station is part of a public-private partnership between the transportation authority and Brandywine Realty Trust and will be near the latter's Uptown ATX development near the Domain in North Austin.

Kramer Station, about a mile north of Q2 Stadium on Kramer Lane, will be decommissioned after the Broadmoor Station is open, CapMetro said.