Better Bus SHIFTS into Gear
The reimagining of Metrobus service is creating better connections and an improved rider experience across Miami-Dade County. In fact, it is dramatically increasing transit access to jobs, education, healthcare, and quality of life, and uplifting our most vulnerable with significantly better services, including seniors.
At the heart of the action plan, which is scheduled to be deployed in phases, are two main deliverables – improved overall service and frequency for more people. The initial phase is being deployed on July 24 and Phase II will be deployed Nov. 13, 2023.
As part of Phase I, the following routes on three high-frequency corridors are being adjusted to maximize efficiency and improve overall system reliability, including Route 39 TransitWay Express where weekday peak frequency will improve to 12 minutes and Route 62 where weekday all-day frequency will be increased to 15 minutes, among other enhancements. Learn more about the specific changes to these routes.
- Route 26
- Route 31
- Route 38
- Route 39 TransitWay Express
- Route 62
For Phase II, 96% of the originally approved plan will be deployed Nov. 13, 2023. Phase II will include a 4% service reduction due to operator shortage - mainly existing service reductions formalized.
For information regarding the complete overhaul of the Metrobus network, below you will find the maps and other resources to help guide you in this new day for Miami-Dade County and the Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW).