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MIAMI (CBSMiami) — Art aficionados flocking to South Florida from around the world plus locals can cause quite a traffic tie up during Art Basel Miami.

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But Miami-Dade Transit officials have a solution for those not wanting to stay stuck in heavy traffic during Art Basel and other exhibits this week.

It’s the Miami-Dade Art Express pilot bus route.

It’s meant to provide Art Basel goers with a convenient alternative to driving a car and then trying to find parking.

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The complimentary express bus service, which starts Tuesday, travels along the Julia Tuttle Causeway with service every 20 minutes.

For those needing to stay connected, each 40-foot bus will have complimentary WiFi as well as bike racks.

Stops will be located at:

  • Miami Beach Convention Center – 17 St. and Convention Center Dr.
  • Design District – NE 1st Ave. and 38 St.
  • Wynwood – NW 2nd Ave. and 29 St.
  • Midtown – NE 29 St. and 1st Ave.

Each stop will have complimentary mobile device charging stations.

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The route will be in service from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.  and run until Sunday, December 6th – the last day of Art Basel.