Get There Fast and Easy

The sprawling, fast-paced city of Miami begs to be explored: choose one of the many options to move about easily and comfortably.

Miami transportation

The Miami Trolley System:

Explore the city through the Miami Trolley System.

The Airport Flyer (Route 150)

Provides transit connection to Miami International Airport straight from Miami Beach, with the express bus running every 30 minutes.

The South Beach Local (Route 123)

At only 25 cents per trip, this method of transit stops frequently in popular areas of Miami Beach.

Airports, Trains, and Buses

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Metrorail and Metromover

Metrorail is Miami’s above ground rail line: a 22-mile, 22-station commuter rail line running from Palmetto (West Miami) to Downtown Miami and down to Dadeland (South Miami). Need to catch a flight? The Orange Line runs to Miami International

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The Metrobus

The Metrobus services routes that the Railway system doesn’t, such as Key Biscayne, Miami Beach, and Homestead. It operates more than 90 routes, with an express bus service for commuters. Pre-paid, Rechargeable EASY Card or EASY Ticket can be used to purchase trips, starting at $2.25, depending on your destination. Be sure to check route schedules for specific operating times and scheduling.

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Airport

Via connect by the MIA Mover. Pre-paid, Rechargeable EASY Card or EASY Ticket can be used to purchase trips, starting at $2.25, depending on your destination. Unlimited daily passes, weekly passes and monthly passes are also available.

Traveling to other great cities

Once you soak in the ocean view, soar through the skies or traverse the roads to these other exciting destinations

Orlando, FL

Travel by car: 4 hours. Bus: 4.5–7 hours. Plane: 1 hour

Explore the theme park capital of the world, and experience the world-famous parks of Walt Disney World and Universal Orlando.

Atlanta, GA

Travel by car: 9.5 hours. Plane: 2 hours.

Atlanta is the capital of the U.S. state of Georgia. Atlanta History Center chronicles the city's past, and the Martin Luther King Jr. National Historic Site is dedicated to the African-American leader’s life and times.

New Orleans, LA

Travel by car: 12 hours. Plane 2 hours

Located on the Mississippi river near the Gulf of Mexico, its best known for its spicy, Southern cuisine and famous Mardi Gras carnival.

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Exciting Reasons to Explore

While it's always nice to get out of town, the ease and accessibility of this beachside city makes it a gem to discover.