Help Us Prioritize SunTran Improvements 

We heard your input.  We need your help to prioritize the transit needs of your community. Based on numerous activities that have been completed by the community, including rider and public input surveys, stakeholder interviews, focus group discussions, and public workshops, we have proposed:
  • Route revisions
  • Increased frequencies
  • Flex routes
  • Express routes
  • Other enhanced transit services.

Please take a few minutes to take our new survey and to help SunTran prioritize proposed improvements to existing service and new service needs over the next ten years.

10-Year Transit Needs Survey

Survey closes in mid-June.

About SunTran

SunTran provides fixed-route bus service in Marion County. The services are mostly centered in Ocala, with one route operating from Ocala to the Silver Springs Shores area. Since its inception in 1998, the Ocala/Marion County Transportation Planning Organization (TPO) has functioned as the governing board of SunTran. Today, SunTran operates a scheduled, fixed-route system consisting of eight routes, running six days per week. Most routes operate at every hour from 5 AM to 10 PM. For more information about SunTran service, click here.
Did you know?
  • 12,886 commuters live within ½ mile of SunTran routes
  • 23,003 jobs are accessible within a 30 minute transit commute on average
  • That means 42.7% of jobs in Marion County are located within ½ mile of SunTran service.
Source: All Transit using Longitudinal Employer-Household Dynamics, 2014