3300 N.W. 32nd Ave.
Miami, FL 33142
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The first step to your public transportation journey is obtaining an Easy Card (plastic card that lasts 20 years) or an Easy Ticket (paper ticket that lasts 60 days). Both are available online or at designated vending machines. Then board the Metrobus by waiting at the bus stops marked by the green sign. Route times and frequency vary per route but many buses operate 24 hours, making it convenient for you no matter what time of day is. There are 95 Metrobus routes to serve you, operating 365 days a year, making this the only mode of public transportation that operates 365 days a year.
Tri-Rail/Metro-Rail Transfer Station
1125 E. 25th St.
Hialeah, FL 33013
Miami-Dade and Broward County offer commuters the Metrorail and Tri-rail, respectively. The Metrorail consists of 25 miles of dual-track and 136 trains that run from 5 a.m. to 12 a.m. seven days a week. It has two main routes (Orange and Green) with a frequency of 7.5 to 30 minutes, depending on the station. The Orange Line has a direct stop at the Miami International Airport and the Hialeah station serves as a hub so riders can transfer to the iconic, palm tree-painted Tri-Rail to reach the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport. If there’s not a convenient station near you, hop the bus, take a free shuttle or even bring your bike along for your next ride on the rails.
Adrienne Arsht Center
1455 Biscayne Blvd.
Miami, FL 33132
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If you’ve ever been to Brickell or downtown Miami, you know that parking is scarce and expensive. Save yourself the hassle with the Metromover. It’s a free, air-conditioned ride in the sky that quickly transports passengers from venues like the AAA Arena to the Financial District and more. The short route means short wait time with trains arriving every 90 seconds and service is available from 5 a.m to midnight. It’s the easiest and most affordable way to enjoy the downtown nightlife.
Metrobus Park and Ride
Metrobus users are welcome to use Park and Ride free of charge. There are 11 locations throughout Miami-Dade county for commuters and those making transfers to park and safely leave their car. If you reside in Broward County and plan on taking the Tri-Rail, there are onsite parking lots at each station that allow free parking on a first-come, first-served basis. However, these are not Park and Ride designated locations and the safety of your vehicle is not guaranteed. Visit the Tri-Rail website for station location information.
Sun Trolley/City Trolleys
290 N.E. 3rd Ave.
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301
Click here for the Miami Trolley Tracking system.
Sun Trolley services the Fort Lauderdale area and is one of the many city-instated trolleys across Broward and Miami-Dade County. These trolleys are a free service that transport passengers to major destinations like Las Olas and Jackson Memorial hospital. Most stops in Miami-Dade county are marked by signs with a picture of the trolley on them but the Sun Trolley has no formal stops, preferring the stop-and-wave system instead. Miami Trolley riders also have the option of tracking their trolley’s arrival with the Miami Trolley Tracking system. The cities of Coral Gables, Doral, Miami, Homestead, Hollywood and Fort Lauderdale currently have the trolley system in place.
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