PortMiami bridge at dusk

Curbside drop off

Curbside passenger loading zone

Taxi Service

Curbside passenger loading zone

Parking Garage

Parking Garage

Cell Phone Waiting Lot

Cell Phone Waiting Lot

Parking & Transportation

PortMiami is easily accessible by car or taxi, however, most cruise lines offer shuttle service directly from Miami International Airport. Other ground transportation options like shuttles and limousines are also available.  For information on reaching PortMiami from Fort Lauderdale International Airport, please click here.


Directions to PortMiami

PortMiami is located at 1015 North America Way, Miami, Florida, 33132. Once on-port follow signs to your destination (Port Offices, Cruise Terminals, Cargo Yard, etc.).

Via the Tunnel

From the North:
Take I-95 South to Eastbound I-395 (Miami Beach) Ramp. Continue on I-395 East and Tunnel Entrance is on your left.

From the South:
Take SR-826 North to SR-836 East, head Eastbound on SR-836 to I-395 East (Miami Beach). Continue on I-395 East/MacArthur Causeway and Tunnel Entrance is on your left.

Take I-95 North to Eastbound I-395 (Miami Beach) Ramp. Continue on I-395 East/MacArthur Causeway and Tunnel Entrance is on your left.

From Miami Beach:
Take I-395/MacArthur Causeway Westbound and Exit on Biscayne Boulevard ramp.  Make a u-turn on N. Bayshore Drive to enter Eastbound MacArthur Causeway. Continue on Eastbound I-395 and Tunnel Entrance is on your left.

Via Downtown/Port Bridge

From the North: Take I-95 South and exit 3B-Bayside. Head south to Northeast 5th Street and turn left. Fifth Street will lead onto the PortMiami bridge. Continue over the bridge and follow signage to designated terminal.

From the South: Take I-95 North and exit at Northwest 2nd Street. Head straight to NW 5th Street and make a right. Fifth Street will lead onto the PortMiami bridge. Continue over the bridge and follow signage to designated terminal.

Via Rail
Metrorail’s Orange Line can get you from MIA to Downtown Miami in less than half an hour. From there, you have two options:

Option 1
Catch the City of Miami Coral Way Trolley from the Government Center Metrorail/Metromover Station. From Government Center Station, walk south one block to West Flagler Street. Take the trolley from the Miami Dade Cultural Center stop, which is located on West Flagler Street between NW 2nd Avenue and NW 1st Avenue.
Option 2
From Government Center Station, take the Metromover Inner Loop to the Freedom Tower Station. Walk east to Biscayne Boulevard. Once you are on  Biscayne Boulevard, head south to NE 5th Street. The Miami Trolley stop at Bayside Marketplace is located on the southeast corner of Biscayne Boulevard and NE 5th Street. At this stop take the Coral Way trolley to Port Miami.

There are two Miami Trolley stops at the Port. Please make a note of the destinations at each stop:
Port Miami North stop: Terminal B, Terminal C, Terminal D, Terminal E, Terminal F, Terminal G, Terminal H, Port Miami Administrative Building, Port Miami Garage
Port Miami South stop: Terminal J, Royal Caribbean Corporate Office

For more information, please visit: www.miamitrolley.com

For real-time travel information, please visit: http://miami.etaspot.net/ or you may also download the Miami Trolley Application (For iPhone and Android users only)

*The Miami Trolley stop signs are easily identifiable by the round palm tree logo.

(Click to open a PDF map Get Acrobat! of PortMiami's terminals and parking garages)
PortMiami Map

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Taxicabs are available at all cruise terminals on cruise days. The fare between the Miami International Airport and PortMiami is a flat rate of $27.00.

For other destinations, the cab fare is $2.95 for the first 1/6 of a mile, $0.85 for each additional 1/6 mile up to 1 mile, and $0.40 for each 1/6 mile after that. Additional taxicab information can be found here.


Rental Cars

Several car rental agencies are permitted to operate at PortMiami and provide shuttle service to their off-port remote locations.  Contact your preferred car rental agency directly for the most up-to-date information and schedules.

The following agencies provide transport shuttle services from the Port to their rental offices.  Fees may apply, so please contact companies directly for complete details:



Parking is conveniently available at all cruise terminals. Designated disabled permit parking spaces are available in each garage. Spaces are also available for oversized vehicles (oversized vans, recreational vehicles and vehicles with trailers) at special rates. All facilities are patrolled by security. Oversized vehicles may only park in Lot #2, across from Cruise Terminal E.

Hours and Access

On cruise days only, all garages and Lot #2 are open and manned by a parking attendant from 6 a.m. to 5 p.m. Please note that Garage J is pre-paid only.  Passengers pay upon arrival to Garage J and are given a decal to post in their vehicle for the duration of their cruise.

To access parking garages and Lot 2 on non-cruise days, please contact PortMiami Cruise Operations or Port Security at 305-347-4800.

Garage Clearance Heights


Garage C

Garage D

Garage G

Garage J

First Floor 9' 8'2'' 9'6'' 8'2''
Remaining Floors 6'10'' 6'8'' 6'11'' 6'10''


  • Overnight Parking, per night: $20
  • Short-term Parking: $7
  • Vehicles longer than 20 feet: An additional $20 per day


All of our garages and Lot E accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover, or any major U.S. Traveler's Check. No debit cards are accepted.

For Disabled Persons

Notice to Disabled Parking Patrons (Effective November 16, 2013 at 12:01 a.m.)

Based on Ordinance 13-104 That Amends Section 30-338.2 of the Miami–Dade County Code;

Public parking charges will apply to vehicles parking at PortMiami’s public parking facilities that display a disabled parking permit or license tag, except as provided by Florida state law*. However, a vehicle displaying a disabled parking permit or license tag will be allowed up to two (2) hours of free parking. Any vehicle exceeding the two-hour free parking period will be charged for the entire time the vehicle uses the facility.

*In accordance with Florida state law, no parking charges will be imposed on any vehicle with specialized equipment, such as ramps, lifts, foot or hand controls, for use by a person with a disability, or any vehicle displaying the Florida Toll Exemption permit.

How to request complimentary disabled parking at PortMiami: 

  • At the exit, advise the parking attendant that you would like a disability waiver of parking.

  • The parking attendant will examine your vehicle to determine if the driver/vehicle meets the criteria for a parking waiver.

  • The parking attendant will inspect the vehicle to determine if a Florida Turnpike Toll Exemption sticker is affixed to it and/or if the vehicle has specialized equipment and a hanging tag from the Division of Motor Vehicles verifying the equipment.

  • Once the parking attendant has verified that a disability waiver of parking is allowable, the driver's name, address and the registration number on the sticker or hanging tag will be recorded on a form by the parking attendant.

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Cell Phone Lots

Two cell phone waiting lots for automobile drivers picking up debarking cruise passengers are available across from Terminal B and Terminal 2 (north of the Seaman's Center).


Shuttles and Limos

See directory of ground transportation companies that conduct business at PortMiami. 


Public Transit

By Rail

Metrorail's Orange Line can get you from MIA to Downtown Miami in less than a half hour. From there, the walk to the Port from the nearest Metromover station (Freedom Tower) is about 1.5 miles.  Or, you can catch the Coral Way Route Trolley from the Freedom Tower Metromover station to the Port. Use the Miami-Dade Transit Tracker application for iPhone and Android mobile devices to plan your route.

By Trolley

The City of Miami's Coral Way Route stops on-Port every 15 to 20 minutes Monday through Saturday from 6:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

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From Fort Lauderdale International Airport

Getting to PortMiami from Fort Lauderdale International Airport.


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