Updated as of January 13th, 2020
- All transit fares are suspended until further notice.
- Auto reloads for monthly pass holders will be suspended.
- Metrobus customers will be required to board through the vehicle’s rear entrance. Accommodations for riders with disabilities will continue to be made.
- Blocked seats closer to operator’s cabin to ensure social distancing
- For up-to-the-minute alerts see the agency Twitter feed HERE
- MLK HOLIDAY: Miami-Dade Transit services will run on its New Normal weekday schedule on Monday, January 18, for the holiday.
- Miami-Dade County offices will be closed and transit fares and fees remain suspended at this time. Don’t forget your mask if you’re riding with MDT.
The following routes are being serviced by alternative vehicles:
- 34 Express
- 39 Express
- 120 Beach MAX
- 150 Miami Beach Airport Express
- 95 Express Golden Glades
Routes, schedules, and frequencies will not change due to vehicle type
- Various Metrobus routes have adjusted frequencies. Please visit the service updates website
- All Express Metrobus routes, listed below, have been suspended until further notice:
- 836 Express
- 175 Express
- 95 Express/Broward Blvd to Downtown
- 95 Express/Broward Blvd to Civic Center
- 95 Express/Sheridan to Downtown
- 95 Express/Sheridan to Civic Center
- Late-night service for the following routes has been suspended:
- Route 3
- Route 11
- Route 27
- Route 38 Busway Max
- Route 77
- Route 112/L
- Route 119/S
- Route 246 Night Owl
- Route 500 Midnight Owl
- On May 26, route 95 Express Golden Glades was reinstated with an adjusted schedule and 30-minute frequencies morning and afternoon peak hours.
- The following Metrobus routes, which have overlapping service, have been suspended until further notice due to low ridership. Riders can use alternative routes to get to their destination:
- Route 79 riders can take route 112/L
- Route 204 users can take route 104
- Route 288 riders can use route 88
- ROUTES S, 120, 11, 77, & 500: Between the hours of 8 pm & 4 am the bus stop at Gov Center will be unavailable due to construction in the area. A temporary bus stop has been established at NW 1 Ave & NW 2 Ave. Please use this stop until Saturday, Jan. 16. Please plan accordingly.
- Metrorail service hours are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
- Passengers heading to the Miami International Airport station will need to transfer at Earlington Heights station to catch the Orange Line train
- Orange Line train available only from Earlington Heights. Frequency is every 15 minutes all day on weekdays.
- During the morning peak hours on weekdays, Metrorail Green Line trains on the mainline traveling between Dadeland South and Palmetto stations will run every 10 minutes. Off-peak frequency will be every 15 minutes on weekdays.
- Metromover service hours are 5 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily
- The average frequency will be approximately five minutes all day weekdays
For more MDT transit service information see the agency website here
- SFRTA/Tri-Rail Fares have resumed
- SFRTA/Tri-Rail is operating at a 46-train weekday service as of December 8th
- Tri-Rail’s schedule is now up to over 90% service pre-COVID. To learn more click HERE
Broward County Transit (BCT) Update
- BCT has suspended all fares until further notice
75 Express – Route 115
Sunrise Park & Ride – BB&T Center to Miami Gardens Drive Park & Ride West and Miami Airport Station
- Due to low ridership, BCT is suspending service on 75 Express Route 115 until further notice
- The last day of service will be Friday, August 21, 2020
- For more info. see the agency website here
Limited stop (the “Breeze”) service has been suspended temporarily.
Express buses now operate on 30-minute schedules.
- For more information see the agency service changes and agency website here
Palm Tran Update
- Route 70 Alert: Effective 12/17 until further notice Detour Route 70 Hypoluxo Rd & Broadway
- Since September 14, Palm Tran has instituted ‘Saturday Service’ weekly
- Further info. for the COVID updated schedules can be found on the agency website HERE
- Starting Sunday, August 16
All fixed-route, Connection and Go Glades riders will board through the front doors and be required to pay the fare to ride.Please have your bus pass or cash fare ready!
- Effective 8/17-TBD: Detour to Rts 61 & 62 at Lk Worth Tri-Rail.
- For Palm Tran alerts see the agency website HERE
Key West Transit
- Key West Transit is running on a reduced schedule
- For more info. see the agency website HERE
Treasure Coast Connector (St Lucie County) Update
- The Treasure Coast Connector has several fixed routes that run through Port St. Lucie. Namely routes 1, 2, and 3 and connects to other routes along the way.
- Treasure Coast Connector transit is running regular schedules for its routes. For more info. on route scheduling see the agency website here
- At this time, Treasure Coast Connector is strongly suggesting that passenger use face masks/coverings for the safety of other passengers and the drivers.
- All fixed-route buses are free and additional steps are being taken to make sure our drivers and passengers are safe as our area continues to monitor the COVID-19 pandemic
MARTY (Martin County Transit) Update
- MARTY is continuing to provide essential service by running regular schedules while social distancing recommendations are to be followed by passengers
- To minimize interaction between patrons and bus operators, MARTY is suspending the sale of onboard bus passes and farebox collection until further notice
- For more info. on bus schedules see the agency website
Go Line (Indian River Public Transit) Update
- GoLine buses operate weekdays from 6:00 a.m. through 7:00 p.m.
- Saturday service is offered from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m.
- Brightline service is suspended until further notice
- For more information see Brightline’s agency website HERE