Get on board! Our GoLine public transit system is designed to get you where you need to go within Indian River County at no cost. Our buses provide service along 15 fixed routes throughout Vero Beach, Sebastian, South County, Fellsmere and Ft. Pierce. Visitors and locals alike take the GoLine to work, school, medical appointments, grocery stores, shopping areas, beaches and a host of other locations throughout the area.
Convenient bike racks are available on all GoLine buses. And all are ADA accessible. Passengers must be able to board, disembark and carry their own packages on and off the bus. An adult is required to accompany riders younger than age 12. Although no fare is charged for riding the GoLine, donations are welcomed to help support our public bus system and its continued operation.
Download our Route Shout app for live tracking of buses, maps and more at www.GoLineIRT.com.
Our door-to-door transit system provides convenient transportation for eligible riders with no other means of transportation. Community Coach accommodates riders who use wheelchairs, walkers, canes, service animals and other mobility aids. Our licensed and insured drivers deliver clients to medical appointments,
grocery stores and other essential destinations — safely and securely.
To become a Community Coach rider, Senior Resource Association’s eligibility specialists will walk you through the process. Determining eligibility is an easy procedure, but required before riding. It is a shared-ride service so passengers should be prepared to make stops along the way to their destination.
Personal care attendants who accompany riders can travel at no cost, but they must have the same reservation as the passenger and register with our eligibility specialists.
As a demand-response service, Community Coach reservations are required and must be made in advance. Non-emergency medical visits take priority. Availability is on a first-come, first-served basis.
To determine eligibility and reserve your Community Coach ride, call 772.569.0903 Monday – Friday between 7:30AM and 7:00PM, or email us at email@example.com.
In accordance with Title VI of the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964, any person who feels they have been discriminated against may issue a formal written complaint. The complaint procedure and Title VI Policy is available upon request from SRA’s Administrative Offices or by calling 772-569-0903.