RIDER ALERT- ROUTE 21 THE HEALTH FIRST BUS STOP ON GATEWAY DRIVE WILL BE TEMPORARILY RELOCATED NORTH ON GATEWAY TO JUST BEFORE THE GRAY/ ROBINSON BUILDING.   For questions call: 321-633-1878     

Info & Fares

Info & Fares

Fares and Payment Options

Couple boarding busFind out how little it costs to ride the bus/trolley! 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/trolley terminals, by mail, by phone, online, or at select Brevard County Libraries. View requirements for reduced fare eligibility.

EFSC Class Pass, Students and youth

students on busEastern 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.

Veterans

Veteran ID CardSpace Coast Area Transit salutes all our veterans. The opportunity they have given America to show peace and justice throughout the world has not gone unnoticed. All active and non-active military are eligible for half fare with a Reduced Fare ID Card. A Reduced Fare ID Card may be obtained by submitting qualifying documents online. After verification, an ID card will be issued through the mail. Veterans may also present qualifying documents in person to receive a Reduced Fare ID Card at either Space Coast Area Transit Bus/Trolley Terminal. Qualifying documents include one of the following: a Department of Veteran’s Affairs ID, a driver’s license with veteran’s emblem, an active Military ID, or a Department of Defense ID, along with a “selfie” or headshot. A DD214 with a valid driver’s license or a state issued photo ID is also accepted. View fare and payment options.

Moving Brevard Into The Future

Bus and Trolley routes operate on a set schedule at designated stops, providing extensive coverage throughout the cities within Brevard County as well as unincorporated areas. All transit buses and trolleys are equipped with wheelchair lifts and bike racks. Surfboards are allowed inside the bus/trolley, based on space availability.

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