Regional Transit Working Group

The Northeast Florida’s six-county region of Baker, Clay, Duval, Nassau, Putnam and St. Johns Counties is home to over 1.6 million people and five transit agencies. Since 2006, these transit agencies have collaborated to coordinated public transit and human service agency trips to help all people get to their destinations within their home county and across the region.

Years of award-winning collaboration have resulted in the following regional services and studies:


Our mission is to promote and facilitate the development of a seamless regional public transportation system that achieves efficiencies, eliminates duplication and increases coordination to address service and funding gaps.


Members of the Regional Transit Working Group (RTWG) continue to implement the goals and strategies outlined in the Northeast Florida Coordinated Mobility Plan including:

Goal 1: Regional Mobility Management System
Develop a customer-centered, mobility management system that provides a full range of mobility options within each county and across the region.

Goal 2: Regional Transportation Availability and Accessibility
Expand the availability and accessibility of transportation options in the region.

Goal 3: Regional Marketing
Market the Regional Mobility Management System to amplify customer and partner awareness.

Goal 4: Regional Collaboration
Improve regional cooperation and coordination so that mobility services can be more convenient, reliable, and safe for clients, more cost-efficient for providers and supports more economic development.

Member Agencies

See a complete listing of all RTWG member agencies and partners.

Meetings and Events

The Regional Transit Working Group meets monthly, typically on the third Wednesday of each month, at 1:30 p.m. If you would like a link to the virtual meetings, please contact Geanelly Reveron at or (904) 630-3122.