Service Changes Effective Sunday, September 13, 2020:

  • Starting Sunday, September 13, 2020, four additional routes will return to regular service. All service will end at 10 p.m.
  • The following routes will return to pre-coronavirus service seven days a week: 9, 14, 74 and 78.
  • Routes 4, 18, 19, 34, 52/52LX, 59, 60, Suncoast Beach Trolley & Looper returned to regular frequencies in June and will remain the same.
  • All routes not mentioned will operate on a Saturday schedule every day except Sundays - when they will run on a regular Sunday/Holiday schedule.
  • No service on Route 58 and 300X.

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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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The Transit Riders Advisory Committee (TRAC) is a committee of volunteers who ride the bus at least two times per week. The purpose of the Committee is to provide insight and recommendations to the PSTA Board of Directors and its committees (as appropriate) on operational and transit service issues. The Committee is comprised of members from the public, representing diversity and geographic distribution of people in Pinellas County.

Purpose of the PSTA Transit Riders Advisory Committee (TRAC)

  1. Provide knowledge of the transit system and related overall community needs and values
  2. Establish comprehension of existing and future programs and projects related to delivery of public transit services
  3. Determine overall citizen values and responses for capital and operating items
  4. Promote better public dissemination of general information
  5. Provide input on various planning efforts such as the Transit Development Plan.

TRAC Committee representation consists of the following:

  • 12 transit users (defined by at least 2 trips per week) selected to reflect the diversity and geographic distribution of county residents
    • 9 county representatives
      • 2 representatives from north county
      • 3 from mid county
      • 3 from south county
      • 1 from the beach communities
    • 1 DART user
    • 1 student
    • 1 professional in the field of engineering, architecture, planning, legal business, finance, environmental, marketing or public relations or similar
  • The Committee also includes 5 alternate members; 1 from north county, 1 from mid county and 1 from south county, 1 professional and 1 student, to replace vacant regular member seats from each of their respective geographic areas. Alternate members are held to the same attendance standards as regular members, including eligibility for monthly bus pass distribution.
  • Members will receive a monthly bus pass for their service on the committee. Passes are distributed at meetings, encouraging meeting attendance and participation. Passes will not be issued for missed meetings.
  • Each member will be required to attend regularly and must notify PSTA TRAC staff of any expected absences. To maintain a position on the TRAC, a member shall maintain a minimum of 80% attendance rate. This equates to no more than one missed meeting for every four meetings attended and no more than four meetings within a two year-term.
  • The selected Committee members will complete the current vacated terms and have the opportunity to re-apply for the next two-year term.
  • Committee meetings usually take place the third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 PM at PSTA headquarters in St. Petersburg (near Carillon).
  • Current members may be eligible to re-apply for an expired term or other qualifying position, but may not serve more than two consecutive terms.

Interested in becoming a TRAC member? Fill out the member application to apply.

Do you know someone who has made a conscious effort to construct or upgrade access to a bus stop, transit center or connection to route from their facility or within their city? If so, nominate them for the TRAC Star Award Program.

Chelsea Anderson

  • Vice-Chair
Representing: Business Professionals

Andrea Baron

Representing: South County

Debra Bjorkquist

Representing: North County

Mark O'Hara

Representing: South County

Jayson James

Representing: Alt. South County

Gloria Lepik-Corrigan

Representing: Alt. North County

Roman Shurubalko

Representing: Alt. Business Professionals

Kimberly Rankine

Representing: DART

Mary Young

Representing: Mid-County