The City operates two free community bus routes, which allows passengers to shop, visit, and travel within the Coconut Creek area. Use the Community Bus to connect with other bus services such as Broward County Transit or to merely enjoy all that Coconut Creek has to offer!
The N Route (North Route)
Services Coconut Creek from Copans Road north to Hillsboro Boulevard. Passes by several schools, including Monarch High School and Lyons Creek Middle School, Sabal Pines Park, Lakeside Park, City's Recreation Complex and the Seminole Casino, Coconut Creek. Also services Walmart on Turtle Creek Boulevard., Festival Marketplace and several other shopping plazas. Great route for Township and Winston Park residents. Connects with BCT's 14, 18, 31, 83, and Margate’s Inner-City Transit. Transfer to the "S" route for additional travel opportunity.
The S Route (South Route)
Handles the area from Atlantic Boulevard north to Sample Road. A great shopping route for Township, Centura Park and South Creek residents. Route passes by two Walmarts, Festival Marketplace, Coconut Creek Community Center and several shopping plazas. Also passes Broward College (Library), Atlantic Technical Center, Lakewood Plaza, the Government Center. Passengers can connect with BCT's 18, 31, 34, 42, 60, 83, Margate Inner-City Transit and Tri-rail. Connects with the "N" route.
Frequently Asked Questions:
What are the hours of operation for the Coconut Creek Community Bus Service?
Monday through Saturday from 6:30 AM to 6:00 PM. The community bus travels every 60 minutes, with assigned stops The community bus does not operate on the following holidays; New Years Eve, New Years Day, Martin Luther King Jr. Birthday, President’s Day, Memorial Day, Independence Day, Labor Day, Veteran’s Day, Thanksgiving Day, the day after Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. There will be no service when Coconut Creek is under “Hurricane Warning”.
Is there a charge for the Community Bus service?
No. However riders making connections with BCT or the City of Margate Community Bus Service routes are expected to pay the exact fare.
Do you have to be a Coconut Creek resident to ride the bus free of charge?
No. Anyone can ride the bus free of charge.
Are there bike racks on the Community Buses?
Yes. Racks are designed to carry two bikes only. It is important to have the operator’s attention before loading and unloading your bike. Be sure to have your bicycle ready to load as the bus approaches. Remove any loose items from your bicycle.
Can children ride the bus alone?
Children under the age of twelve (12) years will not be allowed to ride the Coconut Creek Community Bus without adult supervision, defined as eighteen (18) years old and up. Children riding the bus will be required to show their school ID.
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