Bicycle racks are available inside each new Metrorail car and all Metrorail stations. Free bike lids are also available at these stations and other locations.
Payment options to ride Metrorail include contactless payment, EASY Card, EASY Ticket, and GO Miami-Dade Transit app. Cash is accepted for the purchase of an EASY Card or Ticket at all Ticket Vending Machines located at Metrorail stations and other locations. Visit Transit Pass to learn more about our fares and payment options.
Review the Metrorail Guide for more information on bus routes serving each rail station, and instructions on how to use the Metrorail system.
The Green and Orange LinesNorthbound trains travel to two different final destinations north of Earlington Heights Station: the Orange Line to the Miami International Metrorail station and the Green Line to Palmetto Station.
Make sure you’re boarding the right northbound train to get to your destination:
- Board an Orange Line train if you are traveling northbound to the Miami International Airport Station.
- Board a Green Line train if you are traveling northbound to Palmetto, Okeechobee, Hialeah, Tri-Rail, Northside, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. or Brownsville stations.
To identify the line a train is serving, look for the GREEN LINE or ORANGE LINE sign at the front of an approaching train. Also, look for the GREEN or ORANGE digital square on the side off all new trains. The same colored square is digitally displayed inside of each new Metrorail car. On northbound Orange Line trains, operators will announce the final destination for the train you’re riding.
To change your northbound destination, simply exit your train at any station between Dadeland South and Earlington Heights and wait for a train traveling the other line.
Metrorail Service to Miami International AirportThe Orange Line is the most affordable way of getting to and from Miami International Airport (MIA) Station.
To get to the MIA Metrorail station from north of Earlington Heights Station, board a southbound Green Line train, exit the train at Earlington Heights and board a northbound Orange Line train to the MIA Metrorail station.
Metrorail service has doubled in frequency between Dadeland South and Earlington Heights stations Board an Orange Line train if you are traveling northbound to the Miami International Airport Station. The train operates every 15 minutes.
Metrorail FaresTransit Passes can be purchased online or at vending machines located at the entrance of each Metrorail station.
Fare - $2.25
Discount Fare - $1.10
Metrorail daily parking fee
Fare - $4.50 (PayByPhone or at the station)
Discount Fare - Not applicable
Metrorail monthly parking permit
Fare - $11.25 (with purchase of monthly pass)
Discount Fare - Not applicable
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WiFi on BoardRiders can enjoy free WiFi on board Metrorail and Metrobus.
How to connect
- Make sure WiFi Discovery is active in your device
- The service set identifier (SSID) is: Miami-Dade Free Wi-Fi.
- Once your device has discovered this SSID, you may connect to it.
- There are no passwords to enter; however, upon connecting you will be presented with a splash page.
- On the splash page, make sure you read the Terms of Service and Acceptable Use Policy.
- Once you accept these terms, click on the button that reads "Get connected now" to gain internet access.
- You will then be redirected to www.miamidade.gov after which you will be able to use the Internet at your leisure.
- Please note that WiFi service is based on cellular technology; therefore, the bandwidth available is limited and shared among all the users aboard your train car.
- Due to the nature of the service, signal strengths may vary and fluctuate along the Metrorail alignment.
- Be courteous to your fellow Internet users by limiting the streaming of audio and video, as well as the download of large files.
- As a customer courtesy, we ask that you use headphones.
Service is based on a cellular network. There may be locations where service is intermittent or unavailable. The availability of WiFi depends on the strength of the cellular signal in that area. This is the same effect as when a person experiences a "dropped" call on a cell phone when hitting a "dead zone."
Metrorail personnel serve exclusively for rail operations and safety supervision. To get technical support, please call 311, Monday through Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. and Saturdays, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Transit information agents are not available on Sundays or County-observed holidays. Please provide support personnel with your car number, nature of the problem, wireless device type and as much detail as possible on any error messages.
It is the customer's responsibility to equip his or her laptop or wireless Internet device with the necessary software for secure Internet usage. MDT is not responsible for any damages or security breaches.
Metrorail SafetyThere are designated Priority Seating Areas inside of each Metrorail car for persons with disabilities and senior citizens. Please DO NOT sit in these areas unless you are elderly or are a person with a disability.
Be sure to remain behind the yellow safety line at the Metrorail and Metromover platforms.
DO NOT lean against the rail car doors when riding Metrorail.
For the safety and comfort of passengers; smoking, vaping, eating, drinking and playing music without wearing headphones is prohibited on Metrorail, Metromover, and Metrobus. All pets must be in a properly enclosed container. The only exceptions are guide or service animals accompanying customers with disabilities. Service dogs must wear a leash in accordance with Miami-Dade County's Leash Law.
Bike & Ride on TransitAll Metrorail stations and Metrobus Park and Ride lots are equipped with bicycle racks. Bike lids, enabling you to secure your bike using your own padlock, are available free on a first-come, first-served basis at these Metrorail stations and other locations.Learn more about our guidelines and regulations for bikes and motorized scooters on Transit.
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Contactless payment is available on Metrobus and Metrorail
Riders can pay their fare directly at Metrorail fare gates and Metrobus fare boxes using their contactless-enabled bank cards or digital wallets.
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We connect people to places by providing a high-quality, safe, reliable, clean, and efficient mass transit system that meets the travel needs of the County's growing population and we provide vital transportation infrastructure systems and services.
Our mass transit system includes:
We provide all traffic signals countywide, along with all traffic control signs, street signage and pavement markings and all County and State-owned street lights. We build, operate and maintain movable and fixed bridges, swales, roadway surface repairs, guardrails, and along County road rights-of-way. We also operate and maintain the Rickenbacker and Venetian Causeways.
We manage the County Stormwater Utility for flood and water quality protection and maintain the secondary canal system.
Permits for all work within rights-of-way and code enforcement of unpermitted work is also handled by our Public Works division.
Read more about our local policies and Administrative Orders for equal employment opportunity, Disadvantaged Business Enterprise Program, accessible Transit services, and filing a discrimination complaint (Title VI) on Transit.