Route 150 Miami Beach Airport Express
Miami International Airport Metrorail Station, 41st Street, Alton Rd., Collins Ave., Lincoln Rd., Washington Ave.
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WEEKDAY SERVICE ONLY. Tri-Rail Airport Station, Miami International Airport (MIA) Metrorail station, South Miami Metrorail station, Red Road (NW/SW 57 Avenue), Busway at SW 152 Street, SW 152 Street Park & Ride Lot, Jackson South Hospital
Downtown (Miami) Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum of South Florida, Miami Art Museum, Government Center Metrorail station, Omni Metromover Station/Bus Terminal, City of Miami Beach via MacArthur Causeway, South Beach, Washington Ave., Lincoln Rd., Collins Ave., 41 St., Alton Rd., Mt. Sinai Hospital
Lincoln Road Mall, Miami Beach Convention Center, Miami Beach Senior High School, 41 St./Indian Creek Dr., JFK Causeway, Northside Metrorail station, Amtrak Terminal, Hialeah Metrorail station
Extended to NW 21 Street & 19 Avenue via 17 Avenue, NW 19 Ave./20 St., Civic Center Metrorail station, University of Miami/Jackson Memorial hospitals and clinics, Cedars Medical Center, VA Hospital, Omni Metromover Station/Bus Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, City of Miami Beach, South Beach, Lincoln Rd., Collins Ave./41 St., Mt. Sinai Hospital
Downtown (Miami) Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum, Miami Art Museum, Government Center Metrorail station, Omni Bus Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, City of Miami Beach, South Beach, Lincoln Road, Collins Avenue, 192 Street Causeway, City of Aventura, Aventura Mall
Downtown Bus Terminal, Main Library, Historical Museum, Miami Art Museum, Govt. Center Metrorail station, Miami Dade College Wolfson Campus, Omni Bus Terminal, MacArthur Causeway, City of Miami Beach, Collins Avenue, Town of Surfside, City of Bal Harbour, Haulover Park Marina, Aventura Mall
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