Miami trolley map
Map of Miami trolley. Miami trolley map (Florida - USA) to print. Miami trolley map (Florida - USA) to download. The Miami trolley is a great free way to get around certain areas of the city. On the mainland, these orange and green vehicles operate in Allapattah, Downtown, Brickell, Coconut Grove, Coral Way, Edgewater, Little Havana, Overtown, Wynwood and more. There is also a particularly convenient and reliable trolley operating in Miami Beach. Trolley service starts at 6:30am on weekdays and runs till 7pm, 8pm, 11pm or midnight depending on location as its mentioned in Miami trolley map. You can track the trolley live online. When you see one, you can try to flag it down (they wont stop if they are full) or—the easier option—find a marked stop. When aboard, feel free to ask the driver the best place to get off for your destination.
Not only is traveling by trolley a fun way to explore Miami and Miami Beach, in most neighborhoods - like Miami Beach - it is also free. The free Miami Beach trolley runs Monday to Saturday from 6 a.m. to midnight and Sunday from 8 a.m. to midnight, and with 4 routes to choose from, traveling around Miami Beach South Beach, Mid-Beach , Collins Ave as you can see in Miami trolley map. and North Beach neighborhoods is easier than ever. The Miami Beach trolleys run throughout the day around every 15 minutes depending on the route, with Mid-Beach and North Beach being the fastest to pick you up and the Collins Express trolley coming in second. The free Coral Gables trolley service runs every 12-15 minutes, Monday through Friday from 6:30 a.m. until 8 p.m. and on Gallery Night (the first Friday of the month) until 10 p.m. Check out the Coral Gables trolley schedule and route or follow along in real-time with the trolley location map.
The South Beach trolley loop makes stops along several roads and stretches from 5th street (the popular SoFi neighborhood) to Lincoln Road. There is also a North Beach trolley loop that makes stops from North Beach to Normandy Isle. There is the Middle Beach trolley loop that operates along 41st Street and Collins Avenue as its shown in Miami trolley map. The Collins Express trolley route links the Middle Beach and North Beach trolleys so you can hop on and off to visit all your favorite stops along the way. For visitors to Miami, the most popular trolley routes include the loops around Downtown Miami and Brickell, as well as new routes to Wynwood and the Design District. The air-conditioned trolleys are free and run from 6:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. for most locations. Please see the Miami Trolley Hours of Operation for an exact schedule as it occasionally changes. Sometimes the City of Miami expands the schedule for Miami HEAT games, Art Basel and other special events.