Transit services during Memorial Day 2017
On Monday, May 29, 2017, Memorial Day, the Department of Transportation and Public Works will run a Sunday schedule for Metrobus, Metrorail, and Metromover.
Because Metrobus will be running on a Sunday schedule, routes that do not provide service on Sunday, or provide weekday-only service, will not operate on Monday, May 29.
This includes the following routes: 19, 29, 34 Express, 46 Liberty City Connection, 48, 51 Flagler MAX, 56, 57, 79th Street MAX, 82 Westchester Circulator, 93 Biscayne MAX, 95 Express, 132 Tri-Rail Doral Shuttle, 136, 95 Dade-Broward Express (Downtown and Civic Center), Cutler Bay Local, 204 Killian KAT, 211 Overtown Circulator, 212 Sweetwater Circulator, 238 East-West Connection, 254 Brownsville Circulator, 267 Ludlam Limited, 272 Sunset KAT, 277 NW 7th Avenue MAX, 286 North Pointe Circulator, 287 Saga Bay MAX, 288 Kendall Cruiser, 297 27th Avenue Orange MAX and 344.
In addition, several bus routes will be detoured in Miami Beach this weekend, from Friday, May 26, to Monday, May 29, between 6:30 p.m. and 4:00 a.m. Those routes include: C, L, M, S, 120 Beach MAX, South Beach Local (clockwise, counterclockwise) and the 150 Miami Beach Airport Express. Shuttle service will be available between 5th and 44th streets.
On Monday, Metrorail stations located between Dadeland South and Earlington Heights stations, which are served by both the Orange and Green lines, will have service at approximately every 15 minutes. Passengers departing from the Miami International Airport Station on the Orange Line, and those traveling on the Green Line north of the Earlington Heights Station, will have Metrorail service at approximately every 30 minutes.
Metromover will run on a Sunday schedule.
All DTPW administrative offices, including those for Golden Passport and Special Transportation Service (STS), will be closed. However, STS customers can still call the STS reservation number (305-871-1111) to reserve or cancel an STS trip.
Visit DTPW’s Transit website for complete schedules, station maps and more. This website can also be used to plan your trip using the Google Trip Planner. Everyone is encouraged to download the free Miami-Dade Transit Tracker app to plan their next trip on public transportation.
Transit riders are also encouraged to download two new apps: EASY Pay and PayByPhone.
The EASY Pay app allows anyone to turn their smartphone into a mobile ticket. Visit EASY Pay page for more information.
Transit riders now also can pay for parking via their mobile devices with the PayByPhone cashless app.
We’re with you every stop of the way.