How To Ride

Bus routes operate on a set schedule at designated stops, providing extensive coverage throughout the cities within Brevard County as well as unincorporated areas.

Learn How To Ride

  • The safety of our passengers is our #1 priority.People getting on bus
  • Please limit packages to those you can personally carry on the bus by yourself.
  • Be at the stop at least 5 minutes prior to the scheduled arrival time.
  • Do not approach a moving bus.
  • If you need assistance to board the bus, please ask. It is part of the driver’s duty to help.
  • Have exact fare, ticket or pass ready prior to
    boarding the bus. Drivers cannot make change.
  • Leave seats near the front for elderly or disabled
    riders, moving promptly to the next available
  • Passengers may only use audio devices with
    head phones activated.
  • Eating, drinking, smoking, electronic cigarettes, or any materials that are flammable are not allowed on buses.Couple riding bus
  • Service animals are the only animals allowed.
  • If available, use the stop bar or pull cord to signal your stop one block in advance. If one is not available, alert your driver at least one block in advance.
  • Do not leave your seat until the bus is fully stopped.
  • All buses are equipped with bike racks.
    Surfboards and bikes are permitted inside the
    bus when space is available.
  • Proper attire is needed to board. Shirts and
    shoes are required. Bathing suits, except board
    shorts, must be covered.
  • All scheduled times are approximate and depend
    on traffic and other conditions.
  • E-mail us compliments or concerns or call the
    RideLine at 321-633-1878.