Phases

Once it’s complete, the First Coast Flyer will connect customers to 57 miles of destination travel downtown and in the north, southeast, east and southwest areas of Jacksonville. The Flyer system will be developed in five project stages. Flyer service requires minimal use of schedules and features fewer stops, shorter waits, easier transfers and frequent trips. As the Northeast Florida region expands, the Flyer will be an essential part of a streamlined transit system that can grow and improve with the times.

1
Complete

Downtown Enhancements

The First Coast Flyer’s Downtown Infrastructure makes travel between Flyer corridors more frequent and convenient.

Queue Jump Brochure

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Unique Features

  • Branded stations
  • Dedicated lanes (Broad, Jefferson, Bay and Forsyth)
  • Queue jump (Forsyth)
  • Streetscaping
  • Transit signal priority
  • Ticket vending machines
2
Completed/Service in Operation

North Corridor/Green Line Route 102

The Green Line operates from Rosa Parks Transit Station near downtown along Lem Turner to I-295.

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  • Hours
  • Frequency
  • 6:30 a.m. - 8:30 a.m.
    Every 10 minutes
  • 8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
    Every 15 minutes
  • 4:00 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.
    Every 10 minutes
  • 6:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
    Every 15 minutes

Unique Features

  • 18 branded stations
  • Eight CNG buses
  • Park-n-Ride (Lem Turner/I-295)
  • Transit signal priority

Stops

  • Armsdale Park-n-Ride - I-295 NB – Park-n-Ride Lem Turner Rd & Armsdale (Opens Fall 2016)
  • I-295/Lem Turner - I-295 SB – Lem Turner Road at Walmart entrance
  • Dunn Ave. - NB & SB – Lem Turner Road and Dunn Avenue
  • Capper Rd. - NB & SB – Lem Turner Road and Capper Road
  • Riverview - NB & SB – Lem Turner Road and Bassett Road
  • Lake Forest - NB & SB – Lem Turner Road and West Edgewood Avenue
  • Gateway
  • Golfair
  • MLK Jr. Pkwy. - NB & SB – Boulevard Street and MLK Pkwy.
  • UF Health - NB & SB – Boulevard Street and 8th Street
  • VA Clinic - NB & SB – Jefferson Street and West 6th Street
  • FSCJ - NB & SB – West State Street and North Broad Street
  • Rosa Parks Transit Station
3
Service Starts December 5, 2016

Southeast Corridor/Blue Line

The service operates from Rosa Parks Transit Station along Philips Highway to a temporary station at the Avenues Mall until the Park-n-Ride opens 2018.

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Unique Features

  • Seven branded stations
  • CNG buses
  • Park-n-Ride (Avenues Walk)
  • Transit signal priority

Stops

  • Rosa Parks Transit Station
  • LaVilla
  • Courthouse
  • Acosta
  • Transit Center Station
  • Museum Cir.
  • Southbank
  • Kings Ave.
  • Emerson St.
  • University Ave.
  • JTB Park-n-Ride
  • Baymeadows Rd.
  • Avenues
  • Avenues Walk Park-n-Ride - Opens Fall 2017
4
In Development Stage

East Corridor/ Red Line

The East Corridor will provide service from downtown along Arlington Expressway, Southside Boulevard and Beach Boulevard. Riders will be able to access FSCJ South Campus, Kernan Boulevard and the beaches quickly and efficiently.

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Unique Features

  • Branded stations
  • CNG buses
  • Transit signal priority
5
In Development Stage

Southwest Corridor/Purple Line

The Southwest Corridor will provide service from the Convention Center, south along Blanding Boulevard. Riders will be able to access Five Points, FSCJ Kent Campus and the Orange Park Mall quickly and efficiently. Estimated project completion 2018-2019. 

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Unique Features

  • Branded stations
  • CNG buses
  • Transit signal priority.