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Follow these simple steps and you will get where you are going easily, conveniently and safely:

• We can help you plan your trip. Find out what bus you need to take by checking the routes in this brochure or by calling CTA’s Information Line at 1-866-206-8843 during operating hours. Tell the Information Specialist where you are & where you want to go. The Information Specialist will give you complete instructions.

• Wait for the bus at the bus stop. CTA stops are identified by white bus stop signs with the CTA logo and phone number.

• CTA bus drivers try very hard to stay right on schedule, so get to your stop a few minutes early to make sure you don’t miss the bus. Check to make sure you’re getting on the right bus. Each CTA bus shows its destination and route number on signs above and below the front windshield.

• Please have your money ready and enter the bus through the front door and pay your fare in the farebox located at the top of the steps. You need to have the exact change or a pass and CTA ID card. CTA bus drivers do not make change. The farebox will take most coins and dollar bills. You can save yourself the trouble of carrying correct change by purchasing daily, 3-day or 31-day passes. All are available on the bus or at the CTA offices. CTA also has special fare programs for senior citizens, students & people with disabilities.

• Sit anywhere you like, however seats near the front door are reserved for elderly and mobility-impaired passengers. You may carry on baby strollers, carts, and other small items; just make sure they don’t block the aisle.

• When you get close to your destination, pull the stop cord or press the yellow tape above your head or between the windows. This lets the driver know you want to get off at the next stop. Remember that bus drivers can only stop at designated bus stops & where it is safe.

• Your CTA bus driver has the responsibility and authority to enforce CTA rules and policies. A copy of the CTA Passenger Conduct Rules is posted in every vehicle and at the CTA Transit Centers.

• Please report any disturbance or suspicious activity immediately to your bus driver.

Service Animals• Service Animals accompanying people with disabilities are welcome at CTA. The owner is not required to show proof of certification of the animal. Contact the CTA office for a copy of the CTA Policy on Service Animals.

• Only small pets in protective carriers are allowed on CTA buses and facilities. Carriers cannot take up seats, seating areas or obstruct pathways on buses, or in stations and must be able to be carried on by a single person.

Welcome aboard Coast Transit Authority (CTA), we hope you enjoy your day on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. Whether you’re looking for shopping outlets,
historical sites or family entertainment, our public transit fixed-routes buses and trolleys will get you there.

So, leave your car in the parking garage and step aboard. Use the numbered chart and map to set your sights on the coast’s many points of interest. Visit
our small craft harbors and set sail for a fun day on the Gulf or rent a bike and enjoy the many trails and quaint downtowns our coast has to offer.
Ready to experience the sun and the sand? The choices are endless. Let us transport you to the attraction of your choice. Thanks for choosing CTA

The Casino Hopper runs 7-days a week!

Monday-Saturday 5:30 pm – 9:23 pm

Sunday 8:30 am – 7:08 pm

Cash Only: Regular Adult Fare $1.50

Pick up a copy of the newsletter at Biloxi or Gulfport Transit Centers, Edgewater Mall, or view the digital copy! Find out all the exciting things CTA has going in each issue of the CTA Transit System Newsletter.