St. Pete Tampa Aerial Transit, LLC

Welcome to the Future!

"Taking Tampa Bay's Transit from Worst to First!" *

  1.  It's A Game Changer for Stadiums
    It's A Game Changer for Stadiums
    This is what a STAT Station at Tropicana Field might look like. Imagine riding to a game. No need to pay for parking or dealing with all the traffic after the game.
  2. Mobility on Demand (TM)
    Mobility on Demand (TM)
    Creating an exceptional transit system for Florida means placing stations where people want to go and near where they live.
  3. Aerial Transit Solves Many Problems
    Aerial Transit Solves Many Problems
    Traffic congestion will be reduced. Accidents caused by distracted drivers will also decrease. Air pollution caused by internal combustion engines, that too will diminish as STAT expands.

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Know it's needed!

Taxpayer funded!!

Our 21st Century Transit Solution:  Aerial Personal Rapid Transit (APRT)

  1. Glide quietly above sidewalks and trails.
    Glide quietly above sidewalks and trails.
  2. Our goal is to reduce traffic congestion!
    Our goal is to reduce traffic congestion!
  3. Station Design for Tropicana Field
    Station Design for Tropicana Field

ABOUT US

ADVANTAGES OF APRT

 
  • Sustainable, powered by the sun
  • Safe, autonomous and enjoyable to experience
  • Operates 24/7/365
  • Minimal disruption during construction
  • Glides quietly above sidewalks and trails
  • A free enterprise solution with no subsidies from taxpayers
  • Can reduce traffic accidents
  • Affordable, will cost less than owning a car
  • Will stimulate Transit Oriented Development and create jobs
Launched in 2016, we are a group of local business leaders who are committed to introducing to Florida a 21st century transit system that will reduce traffic congestion and improve our quality of life.

ROUTES

Today we are planning the backbone routes for connecting Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Largo, Dunedin, Tarpon Springs, Seminole, Safety Harbor, Oldsmar, our gulf beach communities, our airports and our seaport.
*Tampa Bay Times - Tuesday, October 1, 2019
"Tampa Bay has one of the worst public transit systems in the country, which helps explain why so few people ride a bus, streetcar or ferry to get to their job.  In fact, the 20,482 people who consistently walk to work each day outnumber the 18,994 who take public transit, according to the Census data".