The Miami transport map shows all means of transportation in Miami. This transports map of Miami will allow you to move easily with public transport of Miami in Florida - USA. The Miami transportation map is downloadable in PDF, printable and free.
Navigating Miami public transportation system can be tricky. It is a sprawling city, and if you want to knock out the best bars in Wynwood, the best Little Havana restaurants and still have time for Miami best drunk food, you will need to find a set of wheels. Luckily—thanks to Uber, the city rail system and other options such as the free trolley—getting around Miami is not as hard as it once was. But it still takes a little getting used to—especially if you are new in town. The Miami-Dade Public Transport system is the 14th largest in the country as its mentioned in Miami transports map. You can take a bus, train, or the metro system running through the heart of Miami.
Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the primary public transit authority of Miami, Florida, United States and the greater Miami-Dade County area. It is the largest transit system in Florida and the 14th-largest transit system in the United States. MDT operates the rapid transit Metrorail, the Downtown Metromover people mover, Metrobus, and Paratransit (STS) systems as its shown in Miami transports map. Metrorail is composed of two rail lines (Green and Orange lines) with 23 stations radiating from the city center towards outlying neighborhoods north and south of Downtown. Metromover operates throughout the Downtown and Brickell neighborhoods, and is composed of three rail loops and 22 stations. Metrobus operates over 110 routes, including the South Dade Busway. MDT main transit stations are Government Center in Downtown, and the new Miami Central Station in Grapeland Heights, near Miami International Airport.
Public transportation in Miami is operated by Miami-Dade Transit and SFRTA, and includes commuter rail (Tri-Rail), heavy-rail rapid transit (Metrorail), an elevated people mover (Metromover), and buses (Metrobus). Miami has Florida highest transit ridership as about 17% of Miamians use transit on a daily basis. In February 2011, Miami-Dade Transit ridership totaled 336,067 passengers, including all Metrorail, Metromover and Metrobus lines as you can see in Miami transports map. With a population of about 2.5 million in Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Transit accounts for 15% of the population daily mode of transportation. The current standard fare is $2 and reduced fare is $1. A standard monthly pass costs $100 and $50 for reduced fare. The monthly Metropass is loaded onto the EASY Card. Turnstile equipment at all Metrorail stations does not accept any type of cash, and require an EASY Card or Ticket to both enter and exit the boarding area.