In addition to coordinating rideshare arrangements, rideOn staff also assist in the location and use of Park and Ride Lots. There are Park and Ride lots throughout rideOn’s ten-county region, and these lots are used as central meeting points for commuters engaged in carpool and vanpool activities. Most Park and Ride lots are constructed by the Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) for use by the public. Occasionally, property owners will allow for a few spots to be designated for Park and Ride, and we are grateful to these property owners for their generosity.

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Bay County

  • Highway 77/Highway 20 – Northwest corner of intersection
  • Highway 231/Highway 20 – Northeast corner of intersection
  • The Curve at Thomas Drive on Panama City Beach (near Bay Town Trolley stop)
  • Highway 98 / Wildwood Ave – K-Mart parking lot in Panama City Beach
  • Pier Park – Panama City Beach – facing Front Beach Rd. across from pier (near Bay Town Trolley stop)
  • Winn-Dixie parking lot at west end of Panama City Beach (near Bay Town Trolley stop)

Escambia County

  • Pensacola I-110 at Civic Center (near ECAT Stop)
  • Century Courthouse Annex
  • Scenic Highway at I-10 next to the Dairy Queen

Holmes County

  • Ponce De Leon – South side of US 90 at Ponce de Leon town hall
  • Westville – North side of US 90 east of CR 181

Jackson County

  • Campbellton – North side of State Road 2: 0.1 mile East of US 231 (under the water tower)
  • Grand Ridge – East side of State Road 69: 0.5 mile South of US 90

Okaloosa County

  • Holt – Southeast corner of US 90 and CR 189
  • Santa Rosa County
  • Avalon Blvd – East side of highway 281: 0.5 mile North of I-10
  • Navarre – Southwest corner of Highway 87 and Highway 90 intersection
  • Milton – DOT Maintenance Yard
  • Milton – Southeast corner of US 90 and highway 87
  • Pace – US 90 at C197-A

Walton County

  • Freeport – North side of SR 20: 0.2 miles West of Business US 331

Washington County

  • Chipley – Highway 77 South of I-10 at Blue Lake Community Center