Attention Riders: 

Effective Sunday, June 6, 2021, PSTA will return to pre-COVID levels of service.

  • Masks will still be required as mandated by Federal Law
  • Passenger limits on buses will be lifted
  • Riders may resume boarding through the front door

Starting July 5th, PSTA will resume charging fares.


A PARTIR DEL 6 DE JUNIO

PSTA volverá a ofrecer los mismos servicios que había ofrecido antes de la pandemia.

  • Uso de cubrebocas seguirán siendo obligatorias según lo establecido por la Legislación Federal
  • Se eliminará el límite de pasajeros que pueden subir en los autobuses
  • Los pasajeros podrán volver a acceder por la puerta principal

A PARTIR DEL 5 DE JULIO
PSTA reanudará el cobro de tarifas.

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Effective July 5, 2021: PSTA resumed charging fares.

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Regular Cash Fare

$2.25

Reduced Cash 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

PSTA will keep you updated with bus services in the event of a hurricane or severe weather.

The latest information on PSTA bus service can be obtained by calling the InfoLine at 727-540-1900 or by visiting our Facebook or Twitter.

Storm Warnings

PSTA recommends that passengers keep a close watch on any storm and evacuate right away when suggested by Pinellas County Emergency Management. PSTA will phase out regular bus service as a storm approaches in order to provide evacuations and will halt service once a storm has Tropical Storm Force Winds (40 mph).

 

Emergency Transportation Plan

In the event of a hurricane, PSTA works with Pinellas County Emergency Management to assist with evacuation by providing bus transportation to designated shelters. A list of the shelters and routes that serve them will be posted prior to a pending storm.

 

There are also several locations where passengers can transfer and ride to a shelter with available space. The transfer locations are: Park Street Terminal, Grand Central Station, Westfield Countryside Mall, Tyrone Square Mall and Pinellas Park Transit Center.

 

Pets will be permitted on evacuation buses as long as they are in a pet carrier. Passengers who plan to evacuate to a shelter that accepts pets must pre-register with Pinellas County Animal Services by calling 727-582-2600.

 

Citizens who need transportation to a “special needs” shelter must pre-register with Pinellas County Emergency Management by calling 727-464-3800. Call your nearest fire department or home healthcare provider or submit a form online.

  

PSTA will resume service as soon as possible after a storm passes. PSTA will keep the local media updated about the status of service, so tune in to your local news provider for the most up-to-date information.