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DRIVEN BY OUR MISSION

The Hillsborough Area Regional Transit Authority (HART) was created in October of 1979 to plan, finance, acquire, construct, operate and maintain mass transit facilities and supply transportation assistance in Hillsborough County. Today, we remain Driven to Serve You through convenient, affordable public transportation options tailored to contemporary lifestyles. More people than ever in Hillsborough County are discovering benefits of our sophisticated, yet accessible and rider-friendly, network of transit options. And because there’s no easier way to save green—both in your wallet and our fragile environment—we look forward to helping more and more of our neighbors ride smart with HART.

Our mission statement encapsulates who we are and what we do in service to our community:

<strong>Our Team is dedicated to providing excellent customer service while building solutions to support Hillsborough County's needs...now and into the future. </strong>

To carry out its mission, HART provides the following services:

  • Local Fixed Route and Express Bus Service
  • In-Town Trolleys
  • Vanpool & Guaranteed Ride Home Service
  • 100% Wheelchair/Bike Accessible Buses
  • Transportation Accessible Program (TAPS)
  • Door-to-Door Paratransit Service
  • Travel Planning Assistance
  • Circulator Service In South County
  • Travel Training
  • Employer/Subscription Mini-Bus Service
  • Bus Buddy Training

This multi-modal approach allows us to meet the transportation needs of our richly diverse customer base, reduce congestion on the Bay Area’s roadways, improve air quality and help our citizens adopt more sustainable lifestyles. And whether you are a longtime resident of the Tampa area, a newcomer or a visitor, we look forward to serving you as well.

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