Getting Around Coral Way
The quickest and easiest way to reduce urban carbon emissions is getting people out of their cars – and on to bikes, public transit, and into their sneakers. Luckily, Coral Way is a centrally located and accessible via the Metrobus, Metrorail, and the City of Miami Trolley.
MD Go App
MD Go is the Miami-Dade Transit's (MDT) official transit mobile app. With this application, you'll have accurate, real-time information on transit services in the Greater Miami area.
Don't miss your next bus, train or mover car with the real-time tracker. Riders can store their favorite stops and stations to make planning their daily commutes easy. Download the MD Go App to plan your ride to and from the Greener Coral Way restaurants.
The Vizcaya Metrorail Station is just steps from Coral Way. The station also acts as a transit hub for the City of Miami Trolley and multiple bus routes. A single trip costs $2.25, and service runs from Kendall to Northwest Miami-Dade County.
There are Metrobus stops every few blocks along Coral Way. The 17, 22, 24, 27, 27A bus routes all connect to Coral Way. A single trip costs $2.25.
The City of Miami Trolley stops every few blocks on Coral Way. The trolley is free and connects from Downtown Miami to Coral Gables via Coral Way.
Transit riders can purchase a 1-Day, 7-Day or monthly EASY Pass online or at any Metrorail Station, Transit Service Center, Sales Outlet or by phone. Cash is accepted on all Metro buses and Contactless Payment is available at all Metrorail fare gates.