- As Miami-Dade County advances into Phase I of its New Normal plan, many transit services and routes have been adjusted. Get the latest information: Transit Service Updates.
- Customers and employees are advised to adhere to Miami-Dade County’s guidelines and recommendations. Visit the New Normal website for the latest reopening information.
Confirm and cancel trips online. Customers can access the system by entering their customer ID number and password.
Plan your trip, track your ride, purchase a mobile pass and more. The app is free and available for iPhone and Android users.
Buy a 1-Day or 7-Day Pass on your smartphone. The app is free and available for iPhone and Android users.
Sign up for alerts about service issues that could affect your transit commute.
The compilation of files is used to provide schedule information.
Drivers of all for-hire vehicles must obtain a chauffeur registration from the County and meet eligibility qualifications.
Providers of jitney service must be issued a Passenger Motor Carrier Certificate of Transportation. Drivers must have a for-hire chauffeur registration, and the vehicles must be inspected.
Vehicles providing limousine service are required to have a for-hire license. Limousines are not equipped with meters.
Provides contract, charter, jitney and special operation passenger services.
Anyone who is in a contract with the County to perform special transportation services for compensation must obtain a STS Certificate of Transportation.
Transports no more than 8 passengers and provides pre-arranged or street hail service. Must be equipped with a taximeter and the passenger decides on the route and destination.
Share your thoughts on ways to further improve Miami-Dade Transit during the next ten years. Survey ends July 31.
Riders should use public transit for essential trips only. Metrobus riders should enter and exit via the rear door.
The Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works has launched a new online application for the Golden and Patriot Passport program.
We connect people to places by providing a high-quality, safe, reliable, clean, and efficient mass transit system that meets the travel needs of the County's growing population and we provide vital transportation infrastructure systems and services.
Our mass transit system includes:
We provide all traffic signals countywide, along with all traffic control signs, street signage and pavement markings and all County and State-owned street lights. We build, operate and maintain movable and fixed bridges, swales, roadway surface repairs, guardrails, and along County road rights-of-way. We also operate and maintain the Rickenbacker and Venetian Causeways.
We manage the County Stormwater Utility for flood and water quality protection and maintain the secondary canal system.
Permits for all work within rights-of-way and code enforcement of unpermitted work is also handled by our Public Works division.
Read more about our local policies and Administrative Orders for equal employment opportunity, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program, accessible Transit services, and filing a discrimination complaint (Title VI) on Transit.