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The Department of Transportation and Public Works to cease transit operations, including evacuations, ahead of Tropical Storm Eta

MIAMI ( November 08, 2020 )

The Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTPW) will cease transit services, including Metrobus evacuation service at approximately 2 p.m. today in preparation for Tropical Storm Eta. Metrobus, Metrorail, Metromover, and Special Transportation Service (STS) operations stop no less than three hours before the County Emergency Operations Center (EOC) estimated arrival of tropical storm force winds (39 MPH). 

Residents are urged to be prepared and stay connected by following Miami-Dade County on social media. Download the Ready Miami-Dade Hurricane app for iOS and Android or visit for the latest updates.

Passengers are encouraged to register to receive Rider Alerts and Miami-Dade County Emergency Alerts to stay informed of the latest transit updates.

During severe storm conditions, motorists are encouraged to stay off the roads as much as possible. Those who must drive, should make sure their vehicle equipment, such as brake lights and wipers, are working properly. Proper tire tread depth and inflation is also important in ensuring good traction on wet roads. Be sure to fill up your vehicle’s gas tank early to avoid long lines.

For more details on Miami-Dade Transit services, visit our webpage or download the GO Miami-Dade Transit app. Join Mobility 305 to receive monthly news and other departmental updates.