Public Transportation in St. Petersburg consists of the Central Avenue Trolley (CAT) and about ten different bus routes. If you’re willing to walk up to 1000 feet, the CAT run east west through the center of the Burg and will get you where you need to go for only 50 cents. If you want to keep walking to the minimum, grab a bus to or from Williams Park and will take you anywhere you need to go for a $2 fare. If you’re looking to venture a little further, check out Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) to go to the beach or anywhere else on the peninsula.
Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA)
Besides providing the Central Avenue Trolley (CAT) and bus service in Downtown St, Petersburg, Pinellas Suncoast Transit Authority (PSTA) will get you anywhere on the peninsula from St. Pete Beach in the south to Clearwater in the north. The The Central Avenue Trolley (CAT) will get you to the beach and the Suncoast Trolley will get you anywhere up the coast. There is also an express shuttle which can get you across Old Tampa Bay to downtown Tampa.