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Regular Fare

$2.25

Reduced Fare

$1.10

WHERE'S MY BUS?

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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Real Time Bus Information on Mobile Phone

Universal Photo ID

PSTA Photo ID Cards are free and can be obtained at any of our Customer Service Centers. PSTA's Universal Photo ID card can also be used on HART buses. The cards feature a large block letter in the upper right-hand corner that specifies different designations for discount fares.

The same eligibility documentation can be presented at the Customer Service Center for a Flamingo Fares Card which is loaded with your discount fare. By using Flamingo Fares, you will automatically get the best fare. You can reload your card online or at any Customer Service Center. As a customer eligible for reduced fares, you will never pay more than $1.10 per ride, $2.50 per day, or $35 per calendar month when using Flamingo Fares!

Universal IDs not accepted on SunRunner

Please note, Flamingo Fares is currently the only way to take advantage of a reduced fare onboard the SunRunner. This is because the SunRunner is a cashless system. Drivers on the SunRunner cannot grant discounts to riders. 

Disabled Special Citizen Program Application

A stands for Adult Students

To obtain a PSTA-Issued Adult Student Photo ID, present proof of current enrollment in a Pinellas County college/university at a PSTA Customer Service Center.

The Bus Operator will not accept any alternate ID types to purchase Reduced Cash Fares.

S stands for Seniors/Disabled

Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older can also show their original (red, white, and blue) Medicare card, or government-issued Photo ID proving that they are age 65 or older.

Disabled riders with a qualifying disability (verified via application) can show the PSTA-issued Special Citizen Photo ID.

M stands for Medicare Participants

Senior Citizens 65 years of age or older can also show, as proof, their original Medicare or Medicaid card.

Y stands for Youth

Youth ages 9-18 can also show their Student School ID or government-issued Photo ID proving that they are age 18 or younger. Pinellas County Schools students can show proof of enrollment to the bus operator directly to ride for free.