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1201 E 7th Ave, Tampa, FL 33605

(813) 384-6600

Today: 6:00 am - 8:00 pm
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General Info
Located in Tampa, Fla., HART provides public transportation services to people. It offers local fixed route, express bus, vanpool and ride home services. The company provides wheelchair-and bike-accessible buses. Additionally, its services include door-to-door paratransit, and it also offers mini bus service. HART operates more than six bus routes and its buses have public address systems to announce stops and lighted stop-requested signs. HART s division HARTplus offers transportation for people with physical, cognitive, emotional, visual and other disabilities. HART s special services include group travels and special event transportation. HART has been awarded for the improvements to orient road by the Metropolitan Planning Organization.

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Phone: (813) 254-4278

Phone: (813) 623-5835

TollFree: (800) 998-7433

Payment method
amex, cash, check, discover, master card, visa
Northeast Tampa, Historic Ybor
Transportation Services, Bus Lines


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beware people with disabilities

When signing up for hartline plus, hartline makes it clear if no one is at the drop of point to pick up your underage special needs child, they will drop them off and leave them. My son attends F.A.C.A FLORIDA AUTISM SCHOOL OF EXCELLANCE. And, when scheduling and informing them regarding a drop off time when the school is open, they informed me they make no gurantees and should the driver arrive earlier than scheduled, my child will be left unattended on the campus. My son is 13 years old, has low comprehension and would have no idea where to wait or even why he was left without a teacher or staff to receive him. I would advise anyone considering using hartline for a special needs family member to file a complaint with your local politicians regarding what hartline claims is their policy and right.