Jacksonville

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Overview - Jacksonville

Located on the St. Johns River, Jacksonville is the seat of Duval County and the largest city by population in Florida. It has approximately 912,000 inhabitants in the city proper as of 2019. The Jacksonville metropolitan area comprised 1,559,514 residents as of the 2019 US Census Bureau Estimate.


Jacksonville's rapid transit network consists of a downtown people mover. It also has three arterial bus rapid transit corridors.

Jacksonville Skyway

Opened 1989, the Jacksonville Skyway is an elevated people mover line that serves the city of Jacksonville, Florida.

Jacksonville Skyway

The Jacksonville Skyway is a 4 km elevated people mover line covering Downtown Jacksonville. It runs from LaVilla/Convention Center in the west and Kings Avenue in the south to Rosa Parks in the north, serving 8 stations. It is set for conversion to a personal rapid transit system in the near future.


The Jacksonville Skyway was opened in June 1989 and the last extension to the line was in November 2000 to Kings Avenue. The Jacksonville Skyway is owned and operated by the JTA.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
Skyway8'4'Events OnlyEvents Only

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sept 06, 2020

First Coast Flyer

Opened 2015, the First Coast Flyer consists of three arterial bus rapid transit services that serve the city of Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding suburbs.

Green Line

The Green Line of the First Coast Flyer is a 15.1 km arterial bus rapid transit service on a North-South alignment. It runs from the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla in the south to Armsdale Park-n-Ride in the north, serving 16 stations. Service may be interlined with the Blue Line at LaVilla.


The Green Line was opened in December 2015. The Green Line is operated by the JTA.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
FCF Green (1)30'30'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sept 06, 2020

Blue Line

The Blue Line of the First Coast Flyer is an arterial bus rapid transit service on a Northwest-Southeast alignment. It runs from the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla in the northwest to Avenues Walk Park-n-Ride Center in the southeast, serving 11 stations. Service may be interlined with the Green Line at LaVilla.


The Blue Line was opened in December 2016. The Blue Line is operated by the JTA.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
FCF Blue (2)30'30'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sept 06, 2020

Red Line

The Red Line of the First Coast Flyer is an arterial bus rapid transit service on an East-West alignment. It runs from the Jacksonville Regional Transportation Center at LaVilla in the west to Jacksonville Beach in the east, serving 18 stations.


The Red Line was opened in December 2018. The Red Line is operated by the JTA.


Headways
ServiceM-F MiddayM-F RushSat.Sun.Notes
FCF Red (3)30'30'30'30'

Schedules -- Last Updated: Sept 06, 2020

References & Helpful Links

Jacksonville Skyway at Wikipedia

First Coast Flyer at Wikipedia

Official Website for Jacksonville Skyway: Jacksonville Transportation Authority

Official Website for First Coast Flyer: First Coast Flyer


Maps

Official System Map - Jacksonville Skyway [PNG] [Last Accessed September 06, 2020]


Other Sources

Jacksonville, USA at Urbanrail.net

Asset Notes

The Jacksonville Skyway's line color was taken from the official map as of Sept 2020.


Last Updated: Sep 06, 2020

Old Maps
Note: Not all maps reflect changes in service. Older maps may contain inaccuracies.
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