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Service to Marlins Park
The Marlins Shuttle begins service 90 minutes before the opening pitch and ends 60 minutes after the last out.
How to take Miami-Dade Transit to Miami Marlins games
- Take Metrorail to Culmer Station and transfer to the Marlins Shuttle to Marlins Park.
- The best way to pay your fare to and from the game is with the $5.65 1-Day Pass loaded onto an EASY Card or Ticket. The 1-Day Pass is good for unlimited rides on both Metrorail and Metrobus from the first time you tap until 2 a.m. the next day.
- The exact cash value to be loaded onto an EASY Card or Ticket in order to take Metrorail and the Marlins Shuttle round-trip is $5.70 ($2.25 Metrorail fare + 60¢ transfer to Marlins Shuttle + $2.25 Marlins Shuttle Metrobus fare + 60¢ transfer to Metrorail).
- Metrorail travel tips:
- You'll need an EASY Card or EASY Ticket loaded with sufficient cash value or a 1-Day, 7-Day or 1-Month Pass to ride. Cash is not accepted at the faregate.
- Buy your EASY Card or EASY Ticket at any EASY Card Vending Machine (located at all Metrorail stations, at the Golden Glades Park & Ride Lot, at the Adrienne Arsht Metromover station) or at any EASY Card Sales Outlet located throughout Miami-Dade County.
- The cost of a one-way ride on Metrorail is $2.25, a round-trip is $4.50.
- Parking is $4.50 a day at Metrorail stations with parking facilities.
- Track your train at our mobile website or our Transit Tracker app.
- Marlins Shuttle travel tips:
- Transferring from Metrorail to the Marlins Shuttle is 60¢ if you use the same EASY Card or Ticket that you boarded Metrorail with.
- If you pay with cash, you will need to pay the full fare of $2.25 each time you board the Marlins Shuttle for a $4.50 round-trip.
- With two stops within a mile of the Marlins Park, Metrorail provides options for Marlins Park guests who would rather park away from the stadium and enjoy the ride!
- Both Culmer and Civic Center are located within one mile of Marlins Park
- From Culmer Station, fans can take a Metrobus to Marlins Park
- From Civic Center Station fans may opt to walk (0.96 mile walk) or take the complimentary City of Miami Trolley to Marlins Park
***AVAILABLE ON DAY GAMES ONLY***
- Tri-Rail passengers can board a southbound Metrorail train at the Tri-Rail Metrorail Transfer Station, exit at the Culmer Station, then take the Marlins Shuttle to Marlins Park.
- Tri-Rail passengers returning from Marlins Park to the Tri-Rail Metrorail Transfer Station must board a northbound Green Line train.
For more information on how to obtain an EASY Card or EASY Ticket, or about transit schedules, Marlins fans can call 305-891-3131, Monday-Friday, from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m., and on Saturdays, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. TTY users can call 305-499-8971.
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