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Orange Line      

The Orange Line is vital to the connectivity of the other routes.  It provides for to an area that has grown tremendously event through the recessional years. This route is critical in that it is the main artery to connecting riders from outlying rural areas to JTAís 5, Green Line, Red Line, Blue Line, and the Putnam County Ride Solution.   This route offers the public a several options for commuting around Orange Park, to Jacksonville, to Palatka and to other areas of Clay County via transfers.   This route in addition to providing local service in Orange Park, also offers opportunities to travel on 6 other routes and literally travel anywhere within or outside our service area. The Orange Line starts at the Orange Park Town Hall and Senior Center near the intersection of Kingsley Ave. and U.S. 17. The route continues north on U.S. 17 making stops at Moosehaven and Orange Park Kennel Club, west on Wells Rd. stopping at Everest University, then to the Orange Park Mall, south on S.R. 21 to the Publix shopping center, north on Kingsley Avenue past Orange Park Medical Center and ending its loop at the Orange Park Library. The Orange Line currently runs six times a day with four continual loops in the morning and two loops in the afternoon. On a daily basis our we transfer riders from JTAís 5 to our Orange Line for medical appointments located at Orange Park Medical or St. Vincentís. 

 
 
 


    

 

 
 
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