Bus And Trolley Service
Space Coast Area Transit’s fixed route service operates throughout Brevard County to provide public transportation to residents and visitors.
What areas does Space Coast Area Transit serve? Can I bring my surfboard? Is there bus/trolley service on holidays? Are the transit buses and trollies wheelchair-lift equipped? Can they accommodate my bicycle? Are there tax benefits for ridesharing? Is there evening service? What about Saturday service?
Bus/Trolley routes operate on a set schedule at designated stops, providing extensive coverage throughout the cities within Brevard County as well as unincorporated areas. View Video Tutorials and Learn how to ride.
All transit buses and trollies are wheelchair lift equipped and accommodate bikes at no additional charge. Surfboards are allowed inside the bus/trolley, based on space availability. Weekend and Saturday service is available on most routes. View maps and schedules.
Major shopping centers, government centers, social service agencies, area colleges, universities and hospitals are just some of the locations served by Space Coast Area Transit. Weekend and evening service is also available in some areas.
The 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!
Fares And Payment Options
1-Ride Fare is $1.50 and 1-Ride Reduced Fare is $0.75. A 10-Ride Pass is $12.00 and a Reduced Fare 10-Ride Pass is $6.00. A 30-Day Pass is $42.00 and a Reduced Fare 30-Day Pass is $21.00. All passes must be purchased in advance.
Those eligible for Reduced Fare include seniors (60+), disabled, veterans, and students. All Reduced Fare riders must register for a Reduced Fare ID Card at Space Coast Area Transit or on 321Transit.com. There is no charge for children under the age of five (5), or for transfers. EFSC students ride free with a valid EFSC Student ID. Due to a grant from the City of Melbourne, no fare is charged on Routes 21, 24, and 29 to Melbourne residents with valid ID who ride within the Melbourne city limits.
Types of Fares and How To purchase
A new mobile ticketing system powered by Token Transit sends a 1-Ride, 10-Ride or 30-Day Pass directly and instantly to a smartphone. Payment with a credit or debit card is required. Otherwise, 1-Ride fares are paid when boarding. Exact change is required; the driver is not equipped to make change. Fare specials include a 10-Ride and a 30 Day Pass. Both must be purchased in advance.
Additional purchase options include: At Space Coast Area Transit, 401 S. Varr Ave., Cocoa, Florida, 32922, or 460 S. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne, Florida, 32901, and also at select Brevard County Libraries.
Checks up to $100.00, money orders, and credit cards are accepted by mail. Visa, MasterCard, and Discover cards are also accepted Online or by calling 321-635-7815, option 2 or 321-952-4561, option 1.
Generally, the following holidays operate on modified schedules: New Year’s Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veterans Day, Thanksgiving Day, Day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day. For holiday schedule updates, call the RideLine at 321-633-1878 or visit 321Transit.com/Holidays.
Bring Your Bike
Bikes are welcome on Space Coast Area Transit buses and trollies, based on space availability. 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/trolley, based on space availability. Get step-by-step instructions on How to Load and Unload your Bike. Don’t worry, it’s easy!
SERVICE ANIMALS AND NON-SERVICE ANIMALS (PETS)
Service animals are always welcome on any Space Coast Area Transit Vehicle. However, in keeping with best safety practices, emotional/ therapy animals and other pets are not permitted.
The Department of Transportation ADA regulations, 49 CFR Section 37.3, defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to work or perform tasks for an individual with a disability, including, but not limited to, guiding individuals with impaired vision, alerting individuals with impaired hearing to intruders or sounds, providing minimal protection or rescue work, pulling a wheelchair, or fetching dropped items. Regulation 49 C.F.R. Section 37.167(d) requires transit entities to permit service animals to accompany individuals with disabilities in vehicles and facilities.
TAX FREE BENEFITS
The Federal tax code allows employers to provide employees with qualified tax-free transit and vanpool benefits. Employers and employees can receive a substantial tax savings since neither pays federal income or payroll taxes on these benefits. Find out more!
HOW TO REACH US
For general information call the RideLine at 321-633-1878. In South Mainland call 321-952-4672. Email us! The North terminal address is 401 S. Varr Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32922. The South terminal address is 460 S. Harbor City Blvd., Melbourne, FL 32901. Connect with us on FaceBook, Instagram, Twitter and YouTube @321Transit.
Space 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 howSpace Coast Area Transit keeps our economy moving!