Transportation at Miami International Airport
There are several different operating transportation services, which operate on the territory of the Airport. For example:
Miami Airport Super Shuttle
MIA Super Shuttle is a small blue van, which provides transportation for all travelers, especially for those who are there for the first time and search for something quick and not very expensive. Miami Super Shuttle offers lots of options for traveling. For example, if you are searching for an economy, you can buy a ticket for a shared van and if you are a big group, you can hire a private van. Super Shuttle offers one more option, which allows you to hire a private sedan through ExecuCar in case if you wish to ride alone.
Another option of transport is MIA Mover, which is located between the 2 terminals of the airport – Dolphin and Flamingo garage. It is a fast-moving transport, which is able to transfer more than 3000 passengers per hour, to and from the airport. It helps not only tourists or travelers to move comfortably, but bu also enables all MIA workers to change location on a daily basis. Besides, MIA Mover helps boost the economy of the country by creating more than 500 jobs.
Another transportation option is Metrorail, it costs $2.5 for each way and departs every 15 minutes on weekends and 30 – during the weekdays. It has to lines – Orange and Green. You should board Green Line if you are going to Hialeah, Palmetto, Okeechobee, Tri-Rail, Northside, Brownsville or Martin Luther King Jr’s Stations. If you board on Orange Line, it will take you to the South part of Miami, where most of the museums and theatres are located. It will also get you to the Government Center, Coconut Grove, Miami University, Allapatah or Earlington Heights Stations. Tickets can be bought both – at place or online.
Miami Beach Bus
Miami Beach Bus is another option of transportation service and is very comfortable due to its timetable. It works seven days a week from 6:00 am until 11:40 pm and deports every 30 minutes. It moves between stations of Miami International Airport and Miami Beach (from 41ststreet to South Pointe Drive). Busses are equipped with luggage racks and comfortable seats. Each way costs $2.65, which makes it one of the cheapest ways of traveling. In order to buy tickets, you need to have an EASY Card Pass which can be purchased in vending machines located at the Central Station.
Tri-Rail & Metrobus
Two more alternative types of transport going from Miami International Airport to town are Tri-Railand Metrobus. You will need to have an EASY Card Pass to buy tickets for any of them. They are cheap and time-consuming and will help you avoid traffic jams. After you follow signs on the third level of the terminal, you will reach the access to Tri-Rail, which will take you from Airport to Miami, Ft. Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach. As for Metrobus, these are the bus routes that will take you back to the airport: 37, 42, 57, J, East-West connection, 150 Miami, Beach Airport Express.