E.F.S.C. Class Pass, Students And Youth

E.F.S.C. Class Pass, Students And Youth

Space Coast Area Transit is committed to being responsive to the travel needs of students and youth in Brevard County.

EASTERN FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE CLASS PASS

EFSC Class Pass CardGetting into college is hard enough. Fortunately, finding a parking space is no longer a requirement. Eastern Florida State College students ride for free, any day, any time, anywhere, just by showing their current sticker on a valid Eastern Florida State College student ID.  To get a current sticker, visit the E.F.S.C. Campus Security Office.  View bus/trolley routes that service Eastern Florida State College on the  321Transit.com home page: Titusville Campus – Route 5, Cocoa Campus – Route 6, Melbourne Campus  – Route 28 and Route 29, Palm Bay Campus –  Route 23. Get connected! It’s like a student discount, except the discount is 100% off! Hop on board, and earn some extra credit in Mother Nature’s class!

HAVE IT YOUR WAY!

Students use Space Coast Area Transit Video -  Opens in a pop up window.Space Coast Area Transit travels to destinations frequented by young people such as colleges, movie theaters, libraries, beaches, recreation centers, malls and bowling alleys. You can wait at any of the bus/trolley stop signs located throughout Brevard County.

WE’RE AFFORDABLE!

Kids getting off the bus, going to the beachEastern Florida State College students ride for free by showing their CLASS PASS sticker on an unexpired student ID. Other students ride for reduced fare of 75¢. Additionally, a Reduced Fare 30 Day Pass is only $21.00. There’s no charge for children under 5, or to transfer to another route. But wait…it gets better from here! 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.

HOW TO REACH US

Space Coast Area Transit values your input. If you have questions or need schedules, maps or information, call the RideLine at 321-633-1878. In South Mainland, call 321-952-4672, E-mail us!

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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