Travelling around your new apartment by car may seem like the preferred mode of transportation for you. However, you may be surprised by the number of travel alternatives Brevard and Volusia Counties offer. Add in the stress of fighting traffic congestion, cost of tolls, wear on your car and the additional pollution you are adding to the planet; public transportation may look like a good option. Below is a brief description of your choices to get you from your apartment to wherever you need to travel in Brevard or Volusia County.
Public Transportation in Brevard County
Need to get around in Brevard County with out a car? Their public transportation system is Space Coast Area Transit (SCAT) which provides transportation through out Brevard county for both residents and tourists. The cost to ride is just $1.25 for adults and 60 cents for seniors, students, veterans and the disabled.
Near Cocoa Beach? SCAT's specially designed trolleys carry bikers, surfers, and beach goers from Port Canaveral to Cocoa Beach. For more information on fares and bus lines, visit the SCAT website.
Public Transportation Volusia County
Voltran is the public transportation system in Volusia county. Buses run multiple lines and go all over the city, making getting around town very easy. Voltron buses also come equipped with bike racks, which makes biking around the city convenient.
The normal adult fare rate is $1.25. Seniors over 65 pay just .60 and children under the age of 6 are free when they are with an adult. You can save money by purchasing an all day pass for just $3.00. For more information on fares and to see a list of bus lines around town visit www.votron.org.
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