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By: Kara Franker

Getting Around Greater Miami Without a Car is Easy - Ride the Trolleys!

Not only is exploring Miami and Miami Beach, and other neighborhoods by air-conditioned trolley fun, it's also free. Here's how to get around using the Greater Miami trolley systems which serve Miami Beach, the City of Miami, Coral Gables, the City of Doral and Miami Gardens.

Miami Beach Trolley

The Miami Beach trolley runs 8 a.m. to 11 p.m., seven days a week, with service about every 30 minutes. Travelers have four routes to choose from, making traveling around Miami Beach's South Beach, Mid-Beach, and North Beach neighborhoods easier than ever.

Where Does the Miami Beach Trolley Go?

The South Beach trolley loop stretches from 23rd street south into the popular SoFi neighborhood at the south end of the island. The Middle Beach trolley loop operates along Dade Boulevard and Collins Avenue up to 41st Street. The North Beach trolley loop makes stops from 65th Street north to Normandy Isle and on up to the north end of the island. The Collins Express trolley route connects to all three trolley loops along Collins Avenue so you can easily travel the length of the island, hopping on and off to visit your favorite stops along the way.

Lincoln Road
Pedestrian friendly Lincoln Road is a popular stop on the Miami Beach trolley

Notable stops along the Miami Beach trolley routes include:

Collins Avenue
Lincoln Road
Miami Beach Botanical Garden
Miami Beach Convention Center
North Beach Bandshell

Learn More about Miami Beach Trolleys

To track the trolleys in real time, download the free TSO Miami Beach Trolley app. Find updated Citywide free trolley information to help plan your next trip.

City of Miami Trolley

For visitors to Miami, the most popular of the 13 trolley routes include the loops around Downtown Miami and Brickell, as well as new routes to Wynwood and the Design District. The free air-conditioned trolleys run in most locations from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m., Monday - Saturday with reduced or no service on Sundays, depending on the route. 

Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts

Notable stops along the City of Miami trolley routes include:

Mary Brickell Village (Brickell)
Brickell Key (Brickell)
Bayfront Park (Downtown)
Coconut Grove
American Airlines Arena (Downtown)
Port Miami (Downtown)
Maurice A. Ferré Park
Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts (Downtown)
Margaret Pace Park (Downtown/Edgewater)
39th Street (Design District)
Loan Depot Park | Marlins Stadium (Little Havana)
Vizcaya (Coconut Grove)
Miracle Mile (Coral Gables)

Learn More about City of Miami Trolleys

See Miami Trolley Information for maps and up-to-date schedules and to track trolleys in real time. Service hours that were reduced during the height of the pandemic are gradually being restored. Masks are still required on all trolleys. Be aware that holidays may affect service and that occasionally the City of Miami will expand trolley service for special events including Miami HEAT games and Art Basel

For help navigating all of the City of Miami's public transportation, check out the Go Miami-Dade Transit app and the and City of Miami Trolley App (available for iPhone and Android).

Coral Gables Museum
Coral Gables Museum is a stop along the Coral Gables Trolley route

Coral Gables Trolley

The Coral Gables trolley service runs every 12-15 minutes, Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. until 8 p.m., Monday through Friday, and until 10 p.m. on Gallery Night (the first Friday of the month). Find more information about the Coral Gables trolley schedule and route and track trolleys in real-time with the trolley location map.

Stops along the Coral Gables trolley route include:

Miracle Mile and Downtown Coral Gables Shopping District
Shops at Merrick Park
Coral Gables Museum
Hyatt Regency
Hotel Colonnade

Doral Trolley
Doral Trolley

City of Doral Trolley

If you are visiting Doral or staying near the airport, you'll want to check out the City of Doral Trolley which offers service on four routes that will get you where you want to go around the area. The trolley even connects to the Metrorail, which serves Greate Miami. The City of Doral trolley runs on weekdays from 6 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. depending on the route, with a modified schedule on weekends. Download the Doral Trolley Tracker app (available for iPhone and Android) to follow the Doral trolleys and get the latest schedules.

Hard Rock Stadium
Hard Rock Stadium

Miami Gardens Trolley

The City of Miami Gardens offers three trolley routes with stops at Hard Rock Stadium, St. Thomas University, and Miami Gardens City Hall, among others. The Miami Gardens trolley runs daily from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Visit the Miami Gardens Express Page for information.

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