Info & Fares

Fixed Route Bus Service


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What areas does Space Coast Area Transit serve? Can I bring my surfboard? Is there bus service on holidays? Are the transit buses wheelchair-lift equipped? Can they accommodate my bicycle? Are there tax benefits for ridesharing? Is there evening service? What about Saturday service? Find out these answers and more!

Fares and Payment Options

Transit FaresFind out how little it costs to ride the bus! 1-Ride fares are paid when boarding and cannot be purchased in advance. Exact change is required; the driver is not equipped to make change. Fare specials include 10-Ride and 30 Day Passes. Both must be purchased in advance by using one of the following options: at either of the Space Coast Area Transit bus terminals, by mail, by phone, online, or at select Brevard County Libraries. View requirements for reduced fare eligibility.

EFSC Class Pass, Students and youth

Just For YouthEastern Florida State College Students ride for free with a Class Pass. Find out more about other Student and Reduced Youth Fares. With the Read-to-Ride Program, kids ride free all summer long just by showing their Brevard County Library Card! Like us on Facebook, view our videos on YouTube, follow us on Twitter, or connect with us on Instagram.

How to Ride

How To RideThe safety of our passengers is our number one priority. Please remember that all scheduled times are approximate and depend on traffic and other conditions. Find out tips on How to Ride. Receive Maps by Mail or View Maps Online!

Bring Your Bike

Bring Your BikeBikes are welcome on Space Coast Area Transit buses, based on space availibility. Just lift your bike on to the bike rack and secure it. It’s that simple and there’s no extra charge for bikes. If the bike rack is full, the driver may allow the bike on the bus, based on space availability. Get step-by-step instructions on How to Load and Unload your Bike. Don’t worry, it’s easy!

Economic Impact

View The VideoSpace Coast Area Transit is one of Brevard’s main economic engines. Whether it is getting employees to work, helping transport tourists on A1A, getting students to college, reducing medical costs through Paratransit services, or operating one of the largest commuter vanpool programs in the nation, see how Space Coast Area Transit keeps our economy moving!