The Coast Transit Authority (CTA) – ADA Para transit service

Address: 333 Debuys Road
Gulfport, MS 39507-3897
Phone: (228) 896-8080 Fax: (228) 8968081 Email: Website:


Service Area: The CTA service area consists of the three coastal counties of Mississippi and all the incorporated cities in those counties.  CTA currently provides Fixed Route and ADA/Para transit Service in, Biloxi, Gautier, Gulfport, Ocean Springs, and Pascagoula. Special Route Services are currently provided in Harrison and Hancock counties.
Coast Transit Authority provides a fixed route & ADA Para transit.  It is an independently managed public utility that is governed by a Board of Commissioners. It is the designated recipient of State and Federal funding for urban transportation on the Mississippi Gulf Coast.
CTA is a non-profit provider of public transportation for the three coastal counties of Mississippi. It is an independently managed public utility that is governed by a Board of Commissioners
Fixed Route Service: Consists of transportation service provided on a “hub and spoke” routing system that radiates out from transfer facilities. It is a system of designated routes, with designated stops and a fixed schedule. Various types of facilities are provided for passenger comfort and convenience. Passenger waiting facilities range from a simple bench with a bus stop sign to covered shelters to purpose built waiting and transfer facilities with public restrooms, phones and vending machines.
ADA/Para transit Service: A curb-to-curb transportation service provided for persons with disabilities that are unable to access or use the Fixed Route Service. This service is provided for persons that are within a ¾ mile corridor of a Fixed Route. Access is provided on an appointment basis.
Special Services: These contracted services include programs that provide transportation for senior citizens to attend Senior Citizen Centers, grocery shopping, medical appointments and field trips, transportation for area nursing homes and transportation for persons with disabilities to attend work centers and field trips.

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