Transfers Outside Miami-Dade Transit Service Area
- City of Aventura Transit
- Broward County Transit
- City of Coral Gables Trolleys
- Town of Cutler Bay
- City of Doral Trolleys
- City of Hialeah Transit System
- Jitney Transfers
- City of Miami Trolley
- Tri-Rail Transfers
City of Aventura Transit
Five express routes provide free service to Aventura residents weekdays and Saturdays. Pay the regular fare to transfer to Miami-Dade and Broward bus routes at Aventura Mall. Visit the City of Aventura website for schedule details.Back to Top
Broward County Transit
Miami-Dade Transit passengers must request a free Inter-County Connection Ticket as soon as they board the bus on routes where Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) and Broward County Transit (BCT) buses connect north of Miami Gardens Drive (NW 183 Street), including Golden Glades and Aventura Mall. Inter County Tickets cannot be used to transfer in downtown Miami.
Passengers transferring from MDT to BCT will provide the BCT bus operator with the Inter-County Ticket and pay $0.50.
Passengers transferring from BCT to MDT will provide the MDT bus operator with the BCT Transfer and pay $0.60 for a full-fare transfer, $0.30 for a discounted-fare transfer*, $0.95 for an express-bus transfer or $0.45 for an express-bus discounted fare transfer.
Please note that Inter-County Ticket can only be used on cash only fares on buses and passengers may be asked to provide verification of eligibility for reduced fare.
*Discounted-fare transfer is available for Medicare recipients, most people with disabilities, and local students in grades K-12 when using the EASY Card for discount-fare riders.
Transfer to Broward County buses at the following stops:
- Aventura Mall
- Collins Avenue & 194th Street
- Diplomat Mall
- NW 2nd Avenue & 215th Street
- NW 2nd Avenue (SR 441)
- 199th Street
- Golden Glades Park and Ride
- NW 27th Avenue & 207th Street
- NW 2nd Avenue & 183rd Street
- NW 27th Avenue & 183rd Street
- NW 22nd Avenue & 183rd Street
- NW 17th Avenue & 183rd Street
- NW 12th Avenue & 183rd Street
- NW 7th Avenue & 183rd Street
City of Coral Gables Trolleys
The City of Coral Gables Trolley Service runs Monday – Friday from 6:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. (except for the first Friday of every month, when it runs until 10 p.m.) The service transports more than 5,000 passengers a day and it is estimated that more than 750 parking spaces have been freed up and that trolley service has reduced the number of car trips by about 20% along its route.Back to Top
Town of Cutler Bay
The Cutler Bay Local – is a low-cost bus route within the Town of Cutler Bay. Golden Passport holders can ride for free, while all other residents pay just $0.25. This route was created to supplement the existing MDT bus service and better connect to the MDT system.Back to Top
City of Doral Trolleys
The City of Doral trolley system provides FREE and convenient rides to patrons from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. each day. The system currently has three routes serviced by five trolleys.Back to Top
City of Hialeah Transit System
The City of Hialeah’s Transit System has two routes and shares a common fare and transfer policy with Miami-Dade Transit.
Miami-Dade Transit customers who present an EASY Card or EASY Ticket when boarding a Hialeah Transit System bus at the Hialeah Metrorail Station pay only a 50-cent transfer fee. All others will be charged the full fare.
- Hialeah Transit System honors all Miami-Dade Transit discount-fare EASY Cards and Golden Passport, Patriot Passport and STS EASY Cards.
The hours of operation are 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday through Friday and are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, Sunday, and holiday hours. For more information, contact HTS information line at 305-681-5757.Back to Top
Conchita Transit Express operates a private jitney service that connects to and from the Hialeah Metrorail station.
- Conchita customers can purchase a date-stamped 1-Day EASY Ticket for $5 when boarding either system.
A 1-Day EASY Ticket purchased on a Hialeah Transit System bus is good for one day of unlimited rides on Miami-Dade Transit and Conchita buses only.
Miami-Dade Transit customers who present an EASY Card or unstamped EASY Ticket when boarding a Conchita bus at the Hialeah Metrorail Station only pay a 50-cent transfer fee. All others will be charged the full fare. Metro Jitney, which operates a private jitney service in South Miami-Dade that connects to Dadeland South Station, does not accept MDT fare media.
All municipal circulators operate under interlocal agreements between Miami-Dade County and the municipality. These routes which charge fares, such as the Hialeah Transit System, will accept transfers as well as monthly passes, the Golden Passport, Patriot Passport, and the STS ID from any customer either boarding or transferring from a Miami-Dade Transit route.Back to Top
City of Miami Trolley
The City of Miami Trolley currently has four routes: The Health District, the Overtown District, the Allapattah and the Biscayne/Brickell Districts. Each of these conveniently connects to the Miami-Dade Transit Metrorail and Metrobus systems.Back to Top
Information on using Tri-Rail to transfer.
- Tri-Rail-to-Shuttle Bus
This is a FREE transfer.
- Tri-Rail commuter information
Employer Discount Program: Tri-Rail offers a 25% discount on monthly and 12-trip tickets to public and private sector employees enrolled in the Employer Discount Program. Learn if your employer or department is a member. See more details on how to join.
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