We are now running the Winter Schedule until April 5th. Please check the schedules tab above for routes and times.

New Year’s Eve – Special Free Late Night Shuttle In Town

Attention Star Valley and Teton Valley Commuters - Christmas and New Year's Schedule:

December 24th (Christmas Eve) and December 26th - Star Valley (2 buses) 5:30am and 6:25am from Etna and 12:40pm and 4:50pm from Jackson, Teton Valley (1 bus) 6:25am from Driggs and 5:10pm from Jackson

December 25th (Christmas Day) - No Commuter Service

December 31st (New Year's Eve) - Full Service, all buses running

January 1st (New Year's Day) - No Commuter Service

January 2nd - Star Valley (2 buses) 5:30am and 6:25am from Etna and 12:40pm and 4:50pm from Jackson, Teton Valley (1 bus) 6:25am from Driggs and 5:10pm from Jackson



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Curious about START Bus - Read Below

Southern Teton Area Rapid Transit (START Bus or START) is the public transportation system that serves the residents and visitors of Teton County, Wyoming. START Bus runs routes within the town of Jackson, between Jackson and Teton Village as well as commuter routes from Star Valley, WY and Teton County, ID.

Rising gas prices, increasing awareness of the need for energy conservation and unprecedented growth in our community have contributed to START ridership currently over 900,000 annually, more than triple the riders served just ten years ago in 2000.

START/Public Works critically needs a new facility for adequate space for maintaining the existing fleet as well as the additional buses START will need.

The space available for maintenance of buses at public works is filled, to overflowing, with the current START Bus fleet.  START cannot add buses to the fleet until a larger maintenance facility is available.

The current START Bus fleet represents an investment of over $7.5 million in federal, town and county funds. 

START Bus service helps take cars off the road. Vehicle miles are reduced by over 3 million per year which translates into approximately 100,000 less gallons of fuel used. This reduction of fuel consumption results in a reduction of over 1.8 million pounds of carbon emissions each year. 

The new facility (when fully completed) will be used to maintain vehicles operated by START Bus, Town Public Works, Police Department, Sheriff’s Department and Fire Department.