Public Transit Services in Sugar Land
A number of public transit services are currently available to all Sugar Land residents. Commuter and demand response services are offered through Fort Bend County. For more details and recent updates, please visit Fort Bend County's Public Transportation website.
Fort Bend County Express - Texas Medical Center
Fort Bend County is now offering commuter service to the Texas Medical Center. The fixed routes provide service to the main campus of the Texas Medical Center and to the Michael E. DeBakey VA Medical Center. The fare rate is $3.50 each way.
The Park and Ride lot locations include:
- AMC Theater First Colony
- Fort Bend County Fairgrounds
- University of Houston Sugar Land
Fort Bend County also provides a Demand Response service to all residents of Fort Bend County. This service provides curb-to-curb transportation from anywhere and to anywhere within Fort Bend County, including all of Sugar Land, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Residents may also use Demand Response to access the Texas Medical Center by riding Demand Response to the Fort Bend Express / Texas Medical Center commuter service Park and Ride locations. Reservations for Demand Response are necessary and some limitations apply. One-way trips cost $1.00.
In order to schedule or cancel a ride you may call 866-751-TRIP between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday and ask for Fort Bend County reservations. For more details and recent updates, access Fort Bend County's Public Transportation website.
The Houston-Galveston Area Council offers a suite of various transportation alternatives and incentives collectively called Commute Solutions. These services are available in the Houston region, including all of Sugar Land. These alternatives include the following:
- Guaranteed Ride Home
- NuRide rewards program
- RideShare carpool commuter matching
- Telework incentives
- Van pooling