Getting Around NMB
Getting Around Town
Public transportation in the City of North Miami Beach plays a key role in the overall transportation system of Miami-Dade County. The Miami-Dade County public transportation system provides daily countywide service, with over 900 buses. More than 100 routes offer express bus service from north and south Miami-Dade County, service to all Metrorail and Tri-Rail Stations, and local and limited-stop service.
Public transit service in North Miami Beach includes seventeen (17) Miami-Dade Transit Agency bus routes (16% of all MDTA routes), a local municipal circulator system, and several privately operated jitney services. With fourteen (14) of the seventeen bus routes utilizing the Mall at 163rd Street as a terminal or transfer point, the City of North Miami Beach has the second highest concentration of bus service in Miami-Dade county.
North Miami Beach also benefits from the proximity of the Golden Glades Inter-modal Transit Center located west of I-95 near the southwestern limit of the City. This inter-modal Center serves as the primary park-and-ride facility in northeast Miami-Dade County as well as functioning as a bus transfer point (with nine routes) and a Tri-Rail station.
Your gateway to transportation in Miami-Dade County by air, land and sea. Includes a special section for handicapped accessible services.
Alternate Transportation Options
- Miami-Dade Transit
- Metrobus routes throughout the city
- No Metrorail or Metromover lines in NE Dade
- Phone: (305) 770-3131
- Tri-Rail Commuter Rail Authority
- Runs from Miami to West Palm Beach
- Closest station located at western-most city boundary, on west side of Golden Glades Interchange
- Phone: 800- TRI-RAIL
- Greyhound Bus Lines
- For bus travel within continental U.S.
- Amtrak Trains
- For train travel within continental U.S.