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Signage at Metrorail Stations

Faster and Easier Connection

With the opening of the Miami International Airport Station scheduled for spring 2012, the Metrorail system will have two rail lines: the Green and Orange Lines. 

The Orange Line will take passengers to the future Miami International Airport Metrorail station, whereas the Green Line will follow the original route of the Metrorail system. Each train on the track will be identified as either a Green or Orange Line train by signage and through announcements made by train operators to ensure that passengers are aware of the route they are on.

Passengers beginning their journey from Dadeland South Station have two travel options: they can hop aboard an Orange Line train that will take them northbound directly to the Miami International Airport Metrorail Station without any transfers necessary; or they can utilize a Green Line train and transfer from any station between Dadeland South and Earlington Heights Stations to an Orange Line train.

Please note that the Earlington Heights Station is the last transfer point between the Green and Orange Lines if passengers wish to arrive at the Miami International Airport Metrorail Station.

Those passengers whose destination is not the Miami International Airport Metrorail Station can simply stay on a Green Line train or transfer to it from an Orange Line train  at any station between Dadeland South and Earlington Heights Stations when traveling northbound. 

Each train identified as a Green Line train will take passengers to all 22 existing Metrorail stations.

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Signage at Metrorail Stations

Metrorail Signage


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