Service Changes Effective Sunday, June 7, 2020:

  • PSTA is now allowing up to 12 passengers on board.
  • All other PSTA routes will run on a COVID-19 Service Reduction schedule (effective 3/29/20).
  • All fixed route service ends at 10:00 p.m.
  • No service on 58, 66L, 100X, and 300X.
  • No weekend service on 22, 32, 62, 67, 73, 76, 812, 813, and 814.
  • East Lake Shuttle, Jolley Trolley Beach Routes, and Jolley Trolley Coastal Route will continue.
  • TD Late Shift will continue starting at 9:00 pm.


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RIDE FREE: Effective March 19, 2020
PSTA is temporarily pausing all fare collection.

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Introducing the Real Time Bus Information.

PSTA invites you to experience Real Time Bus Information. The system works with GPS technology and allows PSTA to pinpoint each vehicles exact location at all times. This means we can provide reliable, real-time departure information to passengers.





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Pinellas County's NEW Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project linking downtown St. Petersburg to our county's world-famous beaches is the very first transit project of its kind in the Tampa Bay region to advance in the Federal Transit Administration Capital Investment Grants Program.

This exciting new project is also the first leg of a much larger, regional BRT network now being developed with other transit agencies and planning organizations throughout the region.

What is BRT?

  • BRT is a specialized, train-like transit service with frequently arriving buses - often running in their own specially dedicated lane
  • The service is Rapid for numerous reasons, including:
    • Serving only a limited number of stops along the route
    • Riders paying fares before they board so the vehicle isn't waiting at the station while passengers pay on board
    • Riders may board using any door instead of only the front door
    • No steps or stairs! Raised stations provide level boarding so passengers with bikes or wheelchairs can easily move on and off the bus
    • Buses have technology that allows vehicles to communicate with the traffic signals along the route
  • BRT features specially branded buses and stations that give riders the look, feel and experience of rail transit
  • In short, BRT provides many of the benefits and advantages of rail transit, but at a fraction of the cost

Why a BRT line linking St. Petersburg and the beaches?

  • To provide a fast, easy and reliable transportation option that serves major attractions, destinations and residential communities alike
  • This faster service, along with sleek, train-like vehicles and free WiFi, is projected to attract large numbers of new riders who will eagerly embrace this money-saving, car-free option
  • It will offer an unprecedented affordable commute option for the 50,000 jobs that are located within a half mile of the project corridor
  • Millions of tourists and beach residents will be able to enjoy a convenient, easy, one-seat ride to a multitude of attractions, events, restaurants and destinations all along the route as it travels toward downtown St. Petersburg
  • Visitors to the Sunshine City will be able to enjoy a quick, low-cost and frequent bus service to destinations along the Central Avenue corridor, South Pasadena and St. Pete Beach
  • Residents who now avoid the beaches during peak season because of traffic and parking issues will, once-again, be able to enjoy those world-famous destinations year-round thanks to the fast, reliable service of the BRT
  • This groundbreaking project will better accommodate the increasing transportation demands that accompany the rapid growth in the most densely populated county in the state 
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BRT Service Facts:

  • Length of Route: 20 miles roundtrip
  • Proposed Stops: 31 stations
  • Proposed Frequency: Bus every 15 minutes during the day, every 30 minutes late evenings
  • Proposed Service Span: 6 a.m. to Midnight
  • # of Jobs within ½ mile of Corridor: 25K
  • # of People within ½ mile of Corridor: 48K
  • Project Cost: $43.93M


Employers and Destinations Served by the BRT:

  • Downtown St. Petersburg’s medical centers
  • University of South Florida, St. Petersburg
  • A multitude of businesses, restaurants and shops
  • Museums and performing arts centers
  • Tropicana Field
  • Tourist destinations and major employment centers along the beaches
  • Easy transfers to a wide variety of other PSTA routes and transportation options


Supported By:

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BRT Timeline

Public Workshops

Please join PSTA staff and project engineers to see the updated designs for Tampa Bay’s first major premium transit line:  The Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) project between St. Petersburg and the beaches.  These Open Houses will feature display boards* showing the project design progress, which is now 60% complete.

  • See the latest improvements and updates
  • Engage with project leaders and engineers
  • Learn how BRT benefits residents, businesses & the community

Guests will also have the chance to comment on the new proposed end of line station at the Pinellas County Beach Access Parking Lot.



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*No formal presentations will be made.

Those not able to attend can find information and provide feedback online or by calling PSTA InfoLine. PSTA staff will be on hand to discuss the plans for gathering public opinion to be used as part of the project development.