The Town of Miami Lakes continues to embody its motto: "Growing Beautifully." Nurturing its commitment to green living, the Town of Miami Lakes operates the Miami Lakes Moover on one route throughout town! This FREE bus operates as a fixed-route circulator providing connections to existing Metrobus stops and Metrorail, via the Ludlam Limited Route, with a terminal point at Main Street. The Miami Lakes Moover runs Monday through Friday during peak morning (6:00-10:40AM) and peak evening (2:30-7:00PM). Buses arrive approximately every 30 minutes.
Track the Miami Lakes Moovers!
Miami Lakes Moover riders can now track the Moovers in real-time from your computer! Click here to access the online tracking portal to see where the Moovers are and when they'll arrive at your location.
iPhone and Android smartphone users can now track the Moovers from your phones! The smartphone app is available for download on both platforms. The Moover tracking app features a real-time map, a list of stop locations, and service updates. To download search for "TSO Miami Lakes Trolley".
Riders can also call or text to receive real-time arrival information for the Moovers. You can call (305) 771-0690 and enter the stop number when prompted or text "Moover (stop#)" (Example: Moover 101) to 41411 to receive information about when the next Moover will arrive at your stop.
If you are interested in using the Miami Lakes Moover, please see the Moover Route Map.
Moover Bus Amenities
To accommodate all passengers, each circulator is equipped with bike racks, flip seats, and ADA-compliant wheelchair ramps. In a concerted effort to improve quality of life in the Town, this service will minimize traffic congestion and commute times and improve mobility.
Freebee In The Lakes
In addition to the Town's Moover service, the Town also offers Freebee in the Lakes, a new on-demand ride-sharing service. The on-demand service operates Monday through Friday, from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm and Sunday from 10:30 am to 12:30 pm. To request a ride, customers can download the free app available on iPhones and Android devices; flag down a Freebee vehicle; or use the call ahead reservation system at (305) 901-9500. Rides are free for all passengers.
Spin Bike-Share Program
Spin is a bike-share company that operates a station-less bicycle-sharing system in Miami Lakes. The Spin bicycles are orange-colored bikes equipped with onboard GPS units and cellular modems. Rides cost $1 for every 30 minutes. The Spin bicycles are station-less and can be parked anywhere within the city at designated landscape/furniture zones on sidewalks. Spin bicycles should be parked in an orderly fashion curbed on public sidewalks at least six feet wide and at/or near bike racks and bike corrals. Bicycles should not be placed in areas that are obstructing pedestrian/motor vehicle traffic or on private property. Spin users and the general public can report bikes obstructing the public right of way 24/7 via the website or the app. To ride Spin, you can download the free app avialable on iPhone and Android devices.
The Town of Miami Lakes is committed to ensuring that no person is excluded from participation in, or denied the benefits of its transit services on the basis of race, color, or national origin, as protected by Title VI in Federal Transit Administration (FTA) Circular 4702.1.B. For information on the Town of Miami Lakes Title VI Program, visit the Title VI Information page.
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Miami Dade Transit
Miami-Dade Transit is the 15th largest public transit system in the USA, and the largest transit agency in the state of Florida.
Currently, Miami-Dade Transit records over 353,000 daily (weekday) boardings on Metrobus, Metrorail, Metromover and STS combined.
Miami-Dade Transit serves the Town of Miami Lakes via six different routes; 29,54,73,75,135,267 all of which connect to our local Moover Bus Route. For detailed MDT schedules please click here.
South Florida Commuter Services (SFCS)
SFCS is a one-stop shop for commuter information for programs and services in Miami-Dade, Broward, Palm Beach, Martin, and St. Lucie counties. The program is dedicated to improving traffic conditions by promoting alternatives to drive-alone commuting.
To learn more about how you can save money, by carpooling, vanpooling, tax incentives all while reducing your stress and pollution, please click here.