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Transit Service Updates

Per federal mandate, face masks remain a requirement for any transit rider, both inside of a Miami-Dade Transit or STS vehicle and at a Miami-Dade Transit facility, including at bus stops and on the platforms.

Effective Tuesday, June 1
  • Transit fares have been reinstated
  • Passengers are reminded the forms of payment accepted are: mobile passes, contactless-enabled bank cards, digital wallets, pre-loaded EASY Card or Ticket, or cash
  • Auto reloads for monthly pass customers are now available once again
  • Parking fees have been reinstated
  • Passengers can pay for parking via the Ticket Vending Machine or the PayByPhone app
  • Residents who have suffered economic hardships may be eligible for free or reduced fare programs, call 786-469-5151
  • Additional questions or concerns, call the EASY Card Customer Service team at 786-469-5151
Miami-Dade Transit restores capacity:
Effective Tuesday, June 1


    • All Miami-Dade Transit modes have been restored full capacity on vehicles
    • This includes Metrorail, Metrobus, Metromover, and Special Transportation Services (STS)
Note: Metrobus customers are once again required to board through the vehicle's front entrance. Accommodations for riders with disabilities will continue to be made. Service adjustments are not reflected on the schedule posted online. Please track your trip via the Go Miami-Dade Transit app via the map feature.

The following actions have been taken to ensure the safety of transit operators, employees and riders:

  • Suspended fares for all Miami-Dade Transit services, including parking fees, until June 1
  • Converted the current cabin partition for operators into a full-enclosure shield on all 767 Metrobuses, limiting unnecessary interactions between operators and passengers
  • Increased cleaning schedules for all vehicles, which are also being disinfected several times a day
  • Installed inside each bus a new air treatment device designed to suppress dust, control certain odors and help control various harmful organisms

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