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Ways to Get Around by Rail in Miami

26 Nov 2021 9:44 AM | Jackson McQuigg (Administrator)

Most of this information is already known to FCRP members, but it is great to see articles like this one which spread the word to the general public. 

From the Miami Herald:

--Jackson McQuigg


  • 10 Dec 2021 9:04 AM | Anonymous member
    One good way to do this is to actually plan out a trip ahead of time and learn to "connect-the-dots" for yourself.
    I've already done this going to Miami Marlins baseball games. I can take Brightline to downtown and there is a free bus connection from the train station to the ball park. The bus picks up passengers at the same location after games are over to go back to Brightline, which will also hold the last evening train in case the game ends after scheduled departure time.
    There is also another city bus line that runs from the MIC Tri-rail station to the ball park, but you will have to pay a fare to use it. The Miami Metrorail does NOT have a rail line or station serving the ball park, but you can still use that free bus from downtown Miami Metrorail stations.
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