Free rides for students on Treasure Coast Connector

St. Lucie County Reminds Students the Treasure Coast Connector Offers Free Rides with Routes that Provide Plenty of Activities

Spring break is next week (March 13-17) and St. Lucie County’s Transit staff reminds students that they can ride the Treasure Coast Connector’s fixed routes free all year long with a valid school ID or a St. Lucie County library card.
Libraries, parks, movies and shopping are all within reach via the bus: “We’ll Get You There.” A few places of interest to add some fun to spring break, include:
·       Port St. Lucie Civic Center – Routes 1 & 4
·       Treasure Coast Mall – Route 1
·       Lincoln Park Community Center – Route 2
·       St. Lucie County Skate Park – Route 3
·       Port St. Lucie Botanical Garden – Route 4
·       Port St. Lucie Community Center – Routes 4, 5 & 6
·       Shops at Traditions Landing – Route 5
·       St. Lucie West AMC 14 & Super Play – Route 6
·       First Data Field (New York Mets spring training) – Route 6
·       Ravenswood Pool – Route 6
·       Sportsman’s Park – Route 6
To find out more about the Treasure Coast Connector call 772-464-RIDE (7433) or visit; You can also download the Route Shout app ( for Apple and Android phones to obtain bus stop and route information, map your trip, save your favorites and track the current location of buses.

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