The Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA) board has approved a plan called MOVE.

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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority is preparing to develop a bus loop transfer station at 5800 Philips Highway for JTA’s First Coast Flyer Blue Line and other fixed routes.


Several local agencies are trying to get a $25 million dollar grant from the U.S. Department of Transportation to help fund what’s been dubbed the Bay Street Innovation Corridor in Jacksonville.


Starting this winter, JTA will offer direct bus service between Yulee and downtown Jacksonville.


The newest leg of the First Coast Flyer rapid bus transit system is scheduled to open before the end of the year and that has the Jacksonville Transportation Authority going on a hiring spree.

JTA Sells 9-Acre Park-N-Ride Site To Daily's Gas Company

Jun 22, 2018
aerial view of Park-n-ride lot
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The Jacksonville Transportation Authority has sold a 9-acre parcel of land in Mandarin to the First Coast Energy Co., according to our news partner the Jacksonville Daily Record.

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A D.C.-based think tank has some suggestions for how the Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s planned Skyway replacement can be successful, according to a presentation Friday.

But they’re not the kind of tweaks you can make overnight.


JTA has announced the next phase of its vision to eventually replace and expand the existing Skyway with autonomous electric vehicles.

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The St. Johns River Ferry will be getting $3.35 million in improvements thanks to a federal grant.

Carlos Bouvier / WJCT News

JTA’s new downtown Greyhound Lines bus terminal in LaVilla will open to the public the week of April 17.

Joslyn Simmons / WJCT

The Jacksonville Transportation Authority revealed its second autonomous test vehicle Tuesday at its AV Test & Learn Track near the sports complex downtown, which is across the street from the Intuition Ale Works on Bay Street.

The First Coast Flyer

JTA CEO Nathaniel P. Ford Sr. is joining other transit chiefs around the country in expressing concern about proposed fiscal year 2019 budget cuts to the public transit Capital Investment Grant Program.

The Jaxson: JTA Skyway Plan Needs Some Tweaks

Mar 11, 2018
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Modern Cities

As we’ve known for a while, JTA is planning to expand its Skyway monorail service farther into some neighborhoods adjacent to downtown Jacksonville, with a proposal calling for automated, driverless vehicles.

The First Coast Flyer

A big piece of the Jacksonville Transportation Authority’s funding puzzle has been approved to help pay for another phase of JTA’s rapid transit plan.


As fully autonomous cars and other vehicles move closer to becoming a reality on Jacksonville’s roadways, a new study shows the majority of Americans still don’t trust the technology.