What to do if you get stranded at Austin Zoo on a business trip

You may have been thinking that you’d be able to get around Austin Zoo easily by driving, but that’s not true.

The zoo has a new vehicle permit system, and it requires all guests to be on a shared, shared-ride system.

It’s important to understand that this means you’ll have to share the vehicle with a driver who is not a member of the same family.

You also won’t be able drive on private property without a ticket.

Here’s what to do: Take a Lyft or Uber car to the zoo.

The system will check the driver’s license, vehicle registration and registration stickers and ask for a ticket, if required.

(You may be able get a ticket by driving through an intersection, but you won’t get the same level of protection as a private driver.)

The driver will also have to be at least 21 years old.

If you’re under 21, park at the Zoo or on the street outside.

You can get around the city by taking public transportation, or by riding a bus or walking.

The park has more than 50 rides available, and most are free.

If your ticket is not accepted by the ride-hailing company, you can get it from the Austin Police Department’s ticket office.

If the driver refuses to take a ticket for you, call 911 or go to the police station and file a report.

Be sure to sign up for your tickets online.

The online system is good for six months from the date you purchased them.

Make sure you pay your tickets and fees.

The Zoo has to pay the full $30 fee each time a guest passes through the entrance.

Guests can’t park at other parks, but parking is free in the zoo’s parking lots.

For more information, see the zoo website.

Visit the Austin Zoo website for more information about this new system.