Fort Lauderdale's Sun Trolley

10 Great Trolley Rides in South Florida

South Florida offers you 10 opportunities to ride the trolley! These customized buses tote people around the city, transport them to the train station, and provide awesome sightseeing opportunities. There are five trolley lines in Miami-Dade County, three trolley lines in Broward County and two trolley lines in Palm Beach County.

Trolley rides are free in Miami-Dade and Palm Beach counties. One line in Fort Lauderdale offers guided tours, while the rest of the lines are operated for the benefit of the community. Trolleys in south Florida include:

Miami-Dade County Trolleys

Miami Trolley.

This Miami trolley operates 7 weekday routes throughout the city. All routes except Overtown, offer Saturday service. The Brickell and Biscayne routes are open on Saturday and Sunday. The Stadium route operates only during baseball season.

Fare: Free!                                                                             Route Map

Alton West Trolley.

This South Miami Beach trolley runs a loop between Alton Road and West Avenue in Miami Beach. The 22-stop route was created to ease traffic congestion while construction occurs in the area. Includes free WiFi and an external bike rack.

Fare: Free!                                                                               Route Map

North Beach Trolley.

This North Miami Beach trolley runs for nearly 7 miles. The route features 22 stops, including 7 stops along Atlantic Way. Stops include Publix on 69th Street, North Shore Open Space Park, Stillwater Park and Normandy Isle Park and Allison Park.

Fare: Free!                                                                              Route Map

Coral Gables Trolley.

This Coral Gables city trolley runs along Ponce de Leon Boulevard from the Douglas Metro Rail station to Flagler Street, where it connects to the Miami trolley. The service runs every 10-15 minutes during the week, from 6:30 a.m. until 8 p.m.

Fare: Free!                                                                               Route Map

Doral Trolley.

This Doral city trolley runs 2 routes. Two go to the Metrorail Connector stop, one from the residential neighborhoods and one from the commercial district. The other route connects the southeast part of the city with the northeast portion.

Fare: Free!                                                                               Route Map

Broward County Trolleys

Sun Trolley.

This Fort Lauderdale trolley operates 7 routes, most of which are free. Only the Las Olas/Beaches route charges a fare. The free trolleys reach the airport and travel into local neighborhoods. Just stand along the route, wave, and the trolley will stop.

Fare: $1 per ride, or $3 for all-day pass.                            Route Map

Trolley Tours.

This two-hour tour operates in Fort Lauderdale. The narrated tour includes drive-by visits to the cruise port, the yacht marina, the beaches and downtown Las Olas Boulevard. See the homes of the rich and famous! Free tour cap & bottled water.

Fare: $25 for adults, $15 for children.                                 Route Map

Hollywood Trolley.

This Hollywood trolley runs along 3 routes, beginning at Taylor Street. The green line, which hits Arts Park, runs south to Hallandale Beach Boulevard. The red line and the purple line go to North Beach Park. All lines run parallel to the Broadwalk.

Fare: $1 per ride, kids under six ride for free.                   Route Map


Palm Beach County Trolleys

Molly’s Trolleys.

This downtown West Palm Beach trolley operates 2 routes. The Yellow line travels Clematis Street between City Place and Flagler Drive. The Green line runs from Okeechobee Boulevard downtown to the Tri Rail station.

Fare: Free!                                                                                 Route Map

Downtown Roundabout.

This Delray Beach trolley makes 22 stops on its run from the Tri Rail station on Congress Avenue to A1A on the Atlantic Ocean. Seventeen of the stops are along Atlantic Avenue, with 8 stops on the south side and 9 stops in the north side.

Fare: Free!                                                                                 Route Map