Community Transit, a division of Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc. (COASL), is the public transit provider for St. Lucie County through a contract with the Board of County Commissioners of St. Lucie County.
Community Transit has been servicing St. Lucie County since 1990.
Community Transit has two modes of transportation.
A demand response system which is a origin to destination system where passenger trips are generated by calls from passengers or their agents at least twenty-four (24) hours in advance, to the Transit Reservationists, who then schedules a vehicle to pick up the passenger; and
A fixed route service provides service along specific routes with scheduled arrival times at predetermined bus stop areas. This is the type of system most people refer to when they mention a city bus.
We provide public transportation at a nominal cost to all locations for all reasons within St. Lucie County.
Community Transit has seven (7) routes serving St. Lucie County. Two of the seven (7) routes are regional, Route 1 connects with Martin County and Route 7 connects with Indian River County.
As funding becomes available, Community Transit continues to develop system improvements and implement new fixed routes.