Miami bus map
Miami bus routes map. Miami bus map (Florida - USA) to print. Miami bus map (Florida - USA) to download. The Metrobus network provides bus service throughout Miami-Dade County 365 days a year. It consists of about 90 routes and 900 buses, which connect most points in the county and part of southern Broward County as well. Seven of these routes operate around the clock as you can see in Miami bus map: Routes 3, 11, 27, 38, 77, L (No 24 hour Hialeah service)and S. Routes 246 Night Owl & Route 500 Midnight Owl operate from 12am to 5am. Most other routes operate from 5 AM to 11 PM. All Metrobuses are wheelchair accessible, in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. Bus route 301 (Dade-Monroe Express) extends into Monroe County, reaching Marathon, where a transfer is available to a Key West Transit bus proceeding further into the Keys. With the appropriate bus transfers, one can travel all the way from Key West to Jupiter entirely on public-transit buses.
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Over 100 Metrobus routes are operated by Miami-Dade Transit, serving Miami-Dade County, Florida and connecting with several routes in adjacent counties as its shown in Miami bus map. Route termini will be listed in parenthesis along with primary street served, if applicable. Most routes are identified by number or letter, however several others, especially Express, MAX, Shuttle, and Flyer routes do have formal names as well. Routes that are labeled as "Connections" are regular service routes introduced introduced during the 2000s that for the most part are either primarily or were formerly operated by minibuses. Routes labeled as MAX, short for Metro Area Express, are limited stop services. Some routes have branches that carry an "A" or "B" suffix while the "X" suffix denotes an express route, although for the 95X this currently exists only in print.
Lettered Metrobus routes primarily serve Miami Beach, a practice inherited from the Miami Beach Railway Company upon its public takeover in 1962. Increasingly these routes are being referred to by a 100-series number corresponding to that letter position in the alphabet (101-126 except for 104 which is a suburban Kendall route as its mentioned in Miami bus map), however it must be noted that presently these numbers only appear online and in customer service applications, and do not appear on printed timetables or on the buses themselves. The will also be shown in parenthesis next to the letter. It is presently not known if a future rebranding of Miami Beach services to numbers may be in the works, however when the former route T was converted into a MAX line in November 2008, it was re-designated as route 120.