Time To Catch The Aero.
Enjoy the newest way to ride Peoria.
Ride the Route.
The Aero BRT connects riders and commuters to destinations along the vibrant Peoria corridor. So, whether you’re headed to work, school, or someplace special for a night out with friends, Aero will get you there.
Enhanced Amenities and Stations
The new Aero BRT will feature modern buses and comfortable stations with enhanced amenities such as sheltered seating, bicycle racks, level boarding, onboard WiFi and charging stations as well as real-time arrival signs.
The constrained station has the smallest footprint allowing it to fit within constrained areas along Peoria Avenue.
The standard station has the largest footprint to accommodate a shelter, bicycle amenities and a level boarding platform.
You Have Questions. We Have Answers.
We want to make sure your Aero experience is the best that it can be. So, we’ve compiled a list of questions and answers to better serve you. If you don’t find what you are looking for, please contact us.
The Aero BRT will start service on Sunday, November 17 with free rides during the test period between November 17 and December 19. Sunday service runs every 30 minutes from 7:30 am. During this time we invite all Tulsans to join us on the route to tell us what they like and where we can improve. This will be an opportunity for riders to get familiar with the new route and its schedule.
For specific schedule information please see: [Link]
It is easy. The Aero BRT service is just like any other bus route in Tulsa, except it has designated boarding stations you must use to access the route. Aero Buses will run every 15 minutes during peak times in the morning and afternoon and every 20 minutes during non-peak travel times.
Purchase a pass, dunk/swipe it at the farebox and enjoy the ride.
The AERO BRT fare will be the same as all other fixed local routes in the Tulsa Transit system $1.75
Aero BRT tickets are the same as other bus tickets and can be purchased anywhere bus tickets can be purchased. You can also pay cash on the bus for your ride.
Aero bus tickets are the same as other bus tickets. Day, Reduced Day, 7-Day and Reduced 7-Day passes may be purchased on the bus with cash. Please tell the operator what type of pass you want to purchase before you put your money into the farebox. You may purchase other bus passes at DAS, MMS, participating QuikTrips, or online at tulsatransit.org.
The Aero BRT has stops along Peoria at new designated shelters. View the map for exact locations. [Here is a link to the map.]
The Aero BRT runs 7 days a week with 15 minutes service during peak travel times (6:00 am to 9:45 am and 3:00 pm to 7:40 pm) and 20 minute service during non peak times.
Weekday service starts at 5:20 am and runs until 10:30 pm.
Saturday service is every 20 minutes from 5:20 am to 10:30 pm.
Sunday service is every 30 minutes from 7:30 am to 8:25 pm.
For specific schedule information please check the Traveler:
Aero BRT free fares will be during the test period from November 17 through December 19.
No. This route will board and de-board at the Aero stations and/or Aero bus stop signs only. This new policy is designed to help improve passenger safety and keep the buses on time.
Yes! There is a bike rack on every bus, so you can transport your bike on the Aero buses. The standard stations are equipped with bike racks as well. Click here for additional information:
For the Aero BRT, a bus will come every 20 minutes during non-peak times and every 15 minutes during peak times Monday through Friday. (6:00 am to 9:45 am and 3:00 pm to 7:40 pm)
Saturday service is every 20 minutes from 5:20 am to 10:30 pm
Sunday service is every 30 minutes from 7:30 am to 8:25 pm
Thanks to improved frequencies, travel time and reliability; most riders will have a wait time of 5-15 minutes along the Aero route.
If you have any questions, comments, or concerns about the Aero service feel free to reach out:
Call Tulsa Transit Call Center at (918) 582-2100
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Mail in your letter to P.O. Box 52488 Tulsa, OK 74152
Direct message Tulsa Transit on Facebook or Twitter
BRT is designed to provide enhanced bus service in key corridors by reducing travel times and providing a high level of passenger amenities. While BRT operations differ throughout the country, they all have a few common elements which will be incorporated in the Tulsa AERO system:
- Specially designed stations and buses with unique graphics and name referred to as the AERO
- Frequent service – The Peoria AERO BRT will operate 7 days a week every 15 minutes weekday and 20-30 minutes on weekend.
- Real-time schedule information displays at stations
Level boarding. Stations will be designed to be level with doors on the buses, so there are no steps to navigate. Simply walk or roll right onto the bus
Improved station lighting
Improved pedestrian and bicycle connections to stations
Bicycle amenities at stations
Plays a vital role in connecting people to their jobs and businesses to their customers
Sparks economic development for our city
Cost effective, efficient and has proven to increase transit use
Investment in the community
This high-capacity transit line will connect people to jobs and many major destinations including Downtown, Cherry Street, Brookside, Pearl District, BOK Center, Tulsa Tech Peoria Campus, Shoppes on Peoria, Oral Roberts University, Cityplex Towers, Centennial Park, and the Denver Avenue station
One in seven of the city’s residents and 20% of jobs are within a 10-minute walk of the corridor
The corridor carries more passengers than any other existing transit route in the city.
The corridor was the top transit priority in the 2010 Tulsa Comprehensive Plan, PlaniTulsa
Funding for the Peoria AERO BRT project comes from a combination of Improve Our Tulsa and Vision Tulsa programs
Stay in the know
As we get closer to Aero hitting the streets, we’ll be providing you with valuable updates as well as special announcements and planned events.
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Check out the latest renderings and photos of Aero buses and stations.