Transit Division


The Transit Division oversees two transit programs within Bay County. On behalf of the Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) and the Bay County Board of County Commissioners, the Transit Division oversees Bay Town Trolley (BTT) and Bay Area Transportation (BAT).

The TPO includes representation from all municipalities and Bay County and owns the fixed-route system (BTT). On behalf of the Bay County Board of County Commissioners, the TPO also oversees the Demand Response System (BAT).

Bay Town Trolley

Bay Town Trolley (BTT) is Bay County’s public transportation system. It is the deviated fixed-route service that serves 8 routes throughout the urbanized areas of Bay County and provides approximately 630,000 trips per year. The service maintains 10 transit vehicles with over 300 transit stops. For more information on this service, please visit the Bay Town Trolley website.

Bay Area Transportation

Bay County serves as the Community Transportation Coordinator in cooperation with the State of Florida Commission Transportation Disadvantaged. Bay County Transit Division oversees the operator that runs Bay Area Transportation (BAT). BAT is a curb-to-curb, shared ride service for transportation disadvantaged individuals who do not have access to transportation to medical appointments, work, school, shopping, and many adult day facilities. BAT provides approximately 93,000 trips a year throughout Bay County and maintains over 30 vehicles. For more information on the program, please visit the Bay Area Transportation website.

Questions, Comments & Concerns

Feedback for either system can be made at either the Bay Town Trolley Contact Us page or on the Bay Town Trolley Facebook page.