Did you know that Nassau County Council on Aging (NCCOA) offers affordable transit services for ALL Nassau County residents? This means that anyone, regardless of their age, can find reliable transportation for appointments, grocery shopping and more.
Nassau TRANSIT is a public bus transportation service with convenient stops throughout the County, as well as River City Marketplace and downtown Jacksonville. This service is $1.00 each way. Nassau TRANSIT also includes paratransit services for individuals needing special accommodations. Qualifying residents can schedule appointments to be picked up from their home and driven to their desired location, sometimes on the same day. This service is $2.00 each way. Call (904) 261-0700 to schedule an appointment. Buses run Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Click here to view the Nassau TRANSIT schedule.
The Island Hopper provides local transportation on Amelia Island and is popular for residents and tourists due to its convenient stops around town including downtown, Central Park, Main Beach, Seaside Park, the Publix Shopping Center, and more. This service runs Thursday through Monday, including most holidays (except for Christmas and Thanksgiving). Fare for the Island Hopper is $1.00 each time you board. Please see the attached map containing pickup/drop off locations and times.
Nassau Express Select is a joint partnership between the NCCOA and Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) that offers commuters executive-style transportation between Nassau County and downtown Jacksonville. These vehicles include comfortable seating and modern conveniences such as complimentary Wi-Fi and USB charging ports. Attached is a flyer that includes pickup/drop off locations and times.
Nassau Express Select is $3.00 each way, however some residents may qualify for a reduced fare. Unlimited rides are also offered through 1-day and 31-day passes. Contact Nassau TRANSIT at (904) 261-0700 for more information.
If you have questions regarding any of the transit services offered by the Nassau County Council on Aging, please give them a call at (904) 261-0700.
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