Miami International Airport (MIA)
Travel and Ground Transport
(Miami, Florida - FL, USA)
Miami International Airport (MIA) provides plenty in the way of travel options, with onsite ground transportation including convenient neighboring train stations, inexpensive buses, hotel shuttles and countless taxis.
Miami's airport welcomes a huge volume of passengers every single day, and so meeting their needs is a serious operation. As well as traveling into the downtown district, you can also reach destinations such as Miami Beach, Coral Gables, Hollywood, Fort Lauderdale and Palmetto Bay.
The Miami Tri-Rail train station is located to the east of the airport, on Northwest 21st Street, where it connects downtown Miami, Broward, Palm Beach and many other locations. Metro-Rail and Metro-Mover are fixed-rail systems also located close by and these are a popular. Airport shuttle buses connect MIA with the train stations and are available from the bus station at Concourse E.
Miami Airport (MIA) is served by many regular public buses, operated by Metro-Bus and Greyhound. The buses travel from the terminal buildings to central Miami and other nearby areas, including Dade county, Key Largo and Key West. Buses depart at regular intervals and are an inexpensive way to get around. Some hotels also offer a door-to-door courtesy service, although this may need to be booked before you fly in.
Tel: +1 800 874 8885
Shuttle buses are available 24 hours each day, at the ground level of the terminal building, close to the baggage reclaim area. There are a number of different services, including SuperShuttle buses, Airport Owl shuttle buses and the Airport/Tri-Rail shuttle buses, which have links to the Miami Metro train network and the Tri-Rail station. Popular shuttle destinations include Coconut Grove, Dadeland, Gables by the Sea, Hallandale, Key Biscayne, Miracle Mile, Port Everglades, the Doral Country Club, the University of Miami and West Kendall.
Taxis ranks stand right outside of the baggage reclaim area on the arrivals level, traveling into central Miami in around 20 minutes (longer at peak times). Both metered fares and flat rates (by zone) are charged, with any Highway tolls also being included in the overall fee.