Miami transit map
Miami public transit map. Miami transit map (Florida - USA) to print. Miami transit map (Florida - USA) to download. Miami-Dade Transit (MDT) is the primary public transit authority of Miami, Florida, United States and the greater Miami-Dade County area. It is the largest transit system in Florida and the 14th-largest transit system in the United States. MDT operates the rapid transit Metrorail, the Downtown Metromover people mover, Metrobus, and Paratransit (STS) systems. Metrorail is composed of two rail lines (Green and Orange lines) with 23 stations radiating from the city center towards outlying neighborhoods north and south of Downtown as you can see in Miami transit map. Metromover operates throughout the Downtown and Brickell neighborhoods, and is composed of three rail loops and 22 stations. Metrobus operates over 110 routes, including the South Dade Busway. MDT main transit stations are Government Center in Downtown, and the new Miami Central Station in Grapeland Heights, near Miami International Airport.
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As of 2011, Miami dade transit has a daily passenger ridership of 336,067, and accounts for over 15% of Miamians daily transportation. MDT has seen growing passenger ridership since 1998, with ridership increasing 79% since then. The opening of the new Metrorail Orange Line in April 2012 is expected to significantly increase usage of the system. Although not under the control of MDT, Tri-Rail is Miami commuter rail system, and connects Miami to suburbs north to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach as its shown in Miami transit map. Currently, the Director of the authority is former Assistant County Manager Ysela Llort. The MDT headquarters are located in the Overtown Transit Village in Downtown Miami.
The current standard fare is $2 and reduced fare is $1 as its mentioned in Miami transit map. A standard monthly pass costs $100 and $50 for reduced fare. The monthly Metropass is loaded onto the EASY Card. Turnstile equipment at all Metrorail stations does not accept any type of cash, and require an EASY Card or Ticket to both enter and exit the boarding area. In February 2011, Miami-Dade Transit ridership totaled 336,067 passengers, including all Metrorail, Metromover and Metrobus lines. With a population of about 2.5 million in Miami-Dade County, Miami-Dade Transit accounts for 15% of the population daily mode of transportation.