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Call (904) 630-3100
Looking for a JTA Bus or Trolley stop?
Every JTA stop has a sign posted. To find your closest stop, check your route map first. It will tell you which streets your vehicle travels. Then look for the stop signs along the route. They are located every few blocks.
When the vehicle comes into view, stand up and flag the operator to stop.
Passengers should be prepared to pay exact cash fare (operators do not carry change), or simply tap your reloadable STAR card for payment. Learn how to reload your STAR card by clicking on the video link below.
As the vehicle nears your stop, signal the operator by pushing on the passenger signal strip located near all windows. This informs the operator you wish to get off at the next stop. If you aren't sure where to get off, ask the operator to call out your stop. JTA's operators are very conscientious and will do their best to help. Please exit through the rear doors. This will leave the front area clear for people who are boarding.
Please take a seat if one is available. If all the seats are full, please move to the rear of the vehicle. You'll find poles to hold on to for greater stability. Hold small children securely.
All JTA vehicles are equipped with ramps or wheelchair lifts to assist our passengers upon request.
Trained service animals are welcome on all JTA vehicles.
All JTA fixed route buses are equipped with bike racks. For more information visit the Bikes on Buses page or call 630-3100.
Call (904) 630-3189 to reach Lost and Found. Everything turned in from a JTA bus is available to be picked up Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (except holidays) at 100 N. Myrtle Avenue. Lost articles may not reach Lost and Found until the following day. Items are held for 30 days.