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Posted by Helena Grossberg on March 8, 2014
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You are in Miami and want to get around but have no idea how.
Don’t worry, check out your options here, and you won’t get lost.

Metrorail – If you don’t live in Brickell, the best way to get there is using the Metrorail. This is a train system that runs from the Miami airport, through Brickell, around the Civic Center and the Jackson Memorial Hospital, with connections all the way north of the city, in Broward and Palm Beach County. The system has 136 trains and 23 stations, with easy access to pedestrians.

Metromover – Once in Miami, you can’t miss the free ride on the Metromover that is a system of suspended trains that connects the Metrorail with various points in the city, such as American Airlines Arena, Bayside Market Place, and Miami Dade College.

Metrobus –  Miami also has a bus system that runs across the Miami-Dade County, with 600 buses and 82 routes. In addition, Broward County has many other buses and routes, and both counties have numerous courtesy buses that transport residents to local shops around their areas.

TRI-RAIL –  For those that want to leave town, the TRI-RAIL  system is ideal, as it crosses through the city of Miami.

Taxi –  And there is always the option of taking a taxi, but it is difficult to find one on the streets. It is always best to call one, and even better, to know companies that will be there for you when it is important, and when you don’t want to miss your flight.

Trolley – For those who want to enjoy the city in a slower pace, the city offers a free service with the local trolley around Miami. There are six different routes, running six days a week. Check the routes here. Exotic Cars –  You can live in luxury too, and rent an exotic car to tour around Miami. Isn’t it awesome? How about a limousine? That is another level of tourism, isn’t it?

All Aboard Florida – This is a proposed higher speed rail service that would connect the cities of Miami and Orlando, along the existing Florida East Coast Railway, via roughly 240 miles at the Atlantic coast. Amtrak already covers 40 miles of this project, from Cocoa to Orlando, running East to West. All Aboard Florida already applied for the loan and received the approval for the lease agreement and the land usage.

Good to know. And you, when are you coming to Miami? You will fall in love with this city and want to live here. Buy your property with confidence.  

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