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Hurricane Irma

As we continue our recovery and cleanup efforts, please visit the Emergency website for the latest information on openings and closings in Miami-Dade County.

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Golden Passport / Patriot Passport

Senior citizens, social security beneficiaries and low-income veterans who are permanent #OurCounty residents can ride Miami-Dade transit for free with a Golden Passport or Patriot Passport.

Municipal Transportation Program

Residents around #OurCounty are seeing the benefits of the Municipal Transportation Program - one of the many projects funded by the half-penny transportation surtax. 27 municipalities offer bus circulators or trolley services connecting riders to Miami-Dade’s public transportation system.

Metrobus - CNG Vehicles

Improving mobility in #OurCounty by enhancing its Metrobus fleet with compressed natural gas buses. Thanks to the half-penny transportation surtax, riders will also see fuel-efficient buses on busy routes such as Kendall Drive and I-95. 

Metromover - CITT Half-Penny Project

Avoid downtown traffic congestion and parking hassles by riding #OurCounty’s Metromover – one of the many projects funded by the half-penny transportation surtax.

Take Metrorail's Orange Line to Miami International Airport

Avoid traffic and parking hassles that come with driving to and from the airport. Take advantage of Metrorail’s convenient and affordable Orange Line – one of the many projects funded by the half-penny transportation surtax.

Summit PSA

The 2017/18 Transportation Summit takes place January 25-26, 2018 at Miami-Dade College, Wolfson Campus.

2017/18 Transportation Summit

Watch this Miami-Dade Minute to learn more about the goals of the 2018 Transportation Summit, as citizens, industry professionals and leaders come together to regain a shared vision and refocus and reinvigorate a sense of urgency on transportation investments in our County.

Paul Schwiep on Get to Know Your Commissioner

A new public transportation initiative in Miami-Dade may help ease traffic in the east-west and south-west areas of the County. Vice Chairman Esteban Bovo and the Chairman of the Citizens' Independent Transportation Trust, Paul Schweip, discuss the possibility of using existing rail lines.

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