Flyer Features

  • High-Frequency Service

    When you are standing at a station, the Flyer’s branded buses will arrive every
    10 minutes (peak) hours and every 15 minutes (non-peak) hours

  • Simple, Direct Routes

    The direct routes quickly connect people to greater employment and entertainment opportunities, and eliminate the need for downtown transfers.

  • Wi-Fi on the Fly

    The Flyer is a consistent hotspot of complimentary Wi-Fi, allowing customers
    to catch up on email while traveling.

  • Stations That Stand Out

    Flyer stations have unique branding, are well lit and feature (in most locations) two shelters with benches, bike racks and a display kiosk with real-time bus arrival information. Downtown stations and Park-n-Ride lots have ticket vending machines (TVMs).

  • Load Your Star Card Downtown

    Load you STAR Card before you board the Flyer by taking advantage of ticket vending machines at the Flyer’s downtown stations, Rosa Parks Transit Hub, and Park-n-Ride lots. Just tap your STAR Card on the Flyer’s farebox and you’re ready to ride.

  • Park-n-Rides

    The first lot (Armsdale) – at I-295 near Lem Turner – will open October 2016. The second lot (Avenues Walk) – at Avenues Walk Boulevard near Philips Highway – will open Fall 2018.

  • Dedicated Downtown Lanes

    The Flyer will travel between downtown stations on dedicated bus lanes, making travel efficient and frequent.

  • Clean and Energy Efficient

    The Flyer fleet is comprised of 100% compressed natural gas (CNG) vehicles
    for a ride that’s quieter, more fuel efficient and better for the environment.

  • A Fare Price to Ride

    The Flyer not only offers a more direct route, it’s also affordable. The Flyer’s initial fare cost is $1.50, the same as JTA’s regular fare. For even more convenience, use your STAR Card.