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Treasure Coast Connector

Bus services

There are two bus services in Port St. Lucie:

  • Treasure Coast Connector has several fixed routes. Some run through Port St. Lucie, some through Fort Pierce, and one runs from Fort Pierce through Port St. Lucie to the Treasure Coast Mall in Jensen Beach, connecting to other routes along the way. One of those connections is to the Downtown Trolley, which circulates through key business and healthcare centers throughout Port St. Lucie, including St. Lucie Medical Center. The phone number for the Treasure Coast Connector is (772) 464-8878
  • Community Transit takes passengers directly to their specific destination by request. To use this service, riders must call at least 24 hours in advance. Riders may call up to two weeks in advance to schedule this service. The phone number is (772) 879-1287

Both services are operated by the Community Transit division of the Council on Aging of St. Lucie, Inc., not by the City.  By contract with St. Lucie County government, Community Transit is the public transportation provider in Port St. Lucie.

Park and Ride lots (for regular commuters)

South Florida Commuter Services is a regional commuter assistance program offering alternatives to driving alone and providing ride share and transit route information at (800) 234-7433. They provide two Park and Ride lots in Port St. Lucie:

  • Bayshore—1918 S.W. Bayshore Boulevard, at the intersection of Chandler Terrace, two blocks north of Port St. Lucie Boulevard (64 parking spaces)
  • Council on Aging—2501 S.W. Bayshore Boulevard, half mile south of Port St. Lucie Boulevard (10 parking spaces)

SFCS also connects callers to mass transit systems throughout South Florida, including Broward County Transit (BCT)Tri-RailPalm Beach Transit (Palm-Tran)Miami Dade Transit (MDT)Treasure Coast Connector, and Community Coach/Indiantown Shuttle/Stuart Shuttle.

For commuters heading south, South Florida Commuter Services has a bus route connecting West Palm Beach and Halpatiokee Regional Park in Martin County, which is not in Port St. Lucie.  However, there is no public transportation connection between Port St. Lucie and Halpatiokee Regional Park, which is approximately 16 miles from central Port St. Lucie.  Also, there is no public transportation connection between Halpatiokee Regional Park and the Treasure Coast Mall in Jensen Beach, where buses connect to Port St. Lucie routes.