Miami Transportation

The City of Miami has a dense and cheap Miami transportation system. If you don’t drive and if you're on a conservative budget, there are ways to get around and visit this beautiful city at a lower cost. Get to and from your affordable accommodations Miami easily.

The Metrorail is the main network of rapid Miami transportation. It stretches 22miles from the Palmetto northwest Miami to Dadeland in South Miami. It services 22 stations for only $2.


The Metromover is an elevated electrical bus system that is free and conveniently connects Downtown with the Brickell area in Miami. However, the Metromover can get crowded because the shuttles are no bigger than a bus.

Finally, the Metrobus costs $2 per ticket and can pretty much get you anywhere you want to go in Miami Dade. Please note that the trips are longer than you may think.
A 7-Day Pass provides an easy and inexpensive way for visitors to explore Miami and its beaches using Miami transportation. It grants you seven consecutive days of unlimited trips by Metrobus and Metrorail for $26.

Vacationers who rent a vacation rental accommodations Miami Beach can take a South Beach local bus for only 25 cents. This local bus allows you to easily reach the beaches, restaurants, nightclubs, supermarkets and other South Beach attractions.

For more information on Miami transportation to and from your accommodations Miami, please visit the official website at Miamidade.gov/transit/.