Metrobus, Metrorail e Metromover
What you need to know

Moving around Miami by public transport.

Public transportation - Metrobus, Metrorail, and Metromover - is an efficient way to get around Miami. They connect all major points of interest in Greater Miami and the beaches. Most of the routes covered by the Metrobus and Metrorail cost around $ 2.25 each way, while the Metromover is free for everyone. With the EASY Pay mobile app, you can purchase a Transit Pass while on the go. The app is free to download and you can plan your trip using the Trip Planner feature. Simply board the Metrobus and scan your phone.

Index: Metrobus, Metrorail e Metromover
What you need to know

METROBUS:

Bus service is guaranteed 365 days a year and 24 hours a day. It serves all of the popular areas of Greater Miami connecting Miami International Airport and the beaches. It is also conveniently connected with Metrorail stops. The lines which travel the streets of Miami Beach, including the famous Collins Avenue and Indian Creek Road, are excellent for getting between the northern areas of Bal Harbour and Sunny Isles and the areas in South Beach.

METRORAIL:

This rapid transit system with more than 22 stations, connects the areas of South Miami, Coral Gables, Downtown and the Civic Center Area in just a few minutes. It runs every day from 5:00 a.m. to midnight. It is conveniently connected with the Brickell and Government Center Metromover stops.

METROMOVER:

This is an electric, operator-less elevated shuttle, which serves the areas of Downtown, Brickell and Omni with more than 20 stations situated approximately every other block. It is a free service and it is conveniently connected with the Metrobus and Metrorail lines. Service is frequent from 5 in the morning to midnight and it has recently become a tourist attraction due to its elevated position which offers a different view of Downtown and Biscayne Bay.


SOUTH BEACH LOCAL:

For just 25 cents this gives you the possibility of wandering around all of South Beach. Used by both locals and visitors it travels in the heart of the Art Deco District with stops near more than 20 sights. It travels over Washington Street and West Avenue from the north and 17th Street (Convention Center) to South Pointe Park; it runs from Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 a.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 1 a.m. There is a route map and useful information at each stop.

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