Jefferson Transit (JeT) serves the urbanized portion of Jefferson Parish, Louisiana. JeT also provides service to New Orleans and the Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport. Connecting service is provided to the New Orleans Regional Transit Authority (RTA) bus lines in Kenner, Gretna and New Orleans. Jefferson Transit provides both fixed route ADA accessible bus service as well as curb-to-curb paratransit van service (known as MITS) for certified riders who are unable to use the fixed route service.


Riders who use the bus frequently can save money by using a pass. Plus, there’s no need to worry about carrying the correct change.

DAY PASS – $4.00
Unlimited rides within the JeT system for 1 day

Unlimited rides on both JeT and RTA vehicles for 24 hours

Unlimited rides within the JeT system for 31 days

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News & Alerts

  • Monday, September 16, 2019 – 6-month Lyft Pilot Program Begins for Metairie Rd. Route

    On September 16, 2019, a new transit service will begin to replace JeT’s E4 Metairie Road bus. This service will be offered Monday – Friday, 6AM-7PM. All trips must start and end in the pink area on the map. The service will be free of charge for riders transferring at the Canal Blvd. Terminal and the Airline-Severn bus stop. All other rides will only cost the rider the base JeT fare of $1.50.

    Instructions: 1. Download the Lyft app. 2. In the “Promos” section of the Lyft app, enter promotional codes: MoveMet and Jet2Met. 3. When traveling to/from a home, know the exact address.

    For riders without a smartphone, a dial-in service will be available at (504) 367-RIDE or (504) 367-7433 to request a Lyft pick-up by phone.

  • June 2, 2019 – Permanent route changes beginning for Westbank routes entering the CBD

    Routes that travel to the CBD from the Westbank will no longer run on Convention Center Boulevard. Instead, these routes will turn onto Magazine Street from Poydras Street, stopping at Capdeville, Julia, Saint Joseph, and Poeyfarre Streets where RTA already has stops in place along Magazine Street.

    The affected routes are the W2 Westbank Expressway, W3 Lapalco, W8 Terrytown, and WSL Westbank Sunday Loop.

    Due to construction on Convention Center Boulevard, these routes have been temporarily using Tchoupitoulas Street since October 2018, but all routes will move permanently to Magazine Street beginning June 2, 2019.

    The current timetables for these routes will remain the same.