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MIAMI International Airport

Taxicabs and Super Shuttles: are available on the D, E, F, & H lower arrival level of the airport, outside of the baggage claim area. As you exit the baggage claim area, follow the signs pointing to “ground transportation.” If you are traveling with one or more companions then a Super shuttle may be a less expensive option than a taxicab, however, be aware that there may be several other passengers heading to area hotels so transit time will be longer. For rates and charges visit

healthcareHotel Shuttles are available for pick-up and drop-off on the D, E, H, & J upper departure level of the airport. To contact your hotel, make your way to the courtesy phones located outside the baggage claim area.

Car rental Shuttles to the state-of-the-art MIA Rental Car Center (RCC) are available on the D, E, H, & J upper departure level. The RCC, which opened in 2010, boasts a spacious lobby with access to 16 rental car companies and 6,500 vehicles – all under one roof!

*MIA has wheelchair-accessible taxicabs and Super Shuttle vans available upon request to any taxi starter, located on the ground level of the terminal, outside the baggage claim area.

Public transportation

Metrobus: The local bus service provides scheduled services to all areas of Miami-Dade County. The bus station at MIA is located on the Ground Level of Concourse E, directly across from Customs. Printed Metrobus route maps and schedules can be picked up at the airport’s information center in Central Terminal E, level 2.

Tri-rail: The Commuter Train service, runs along Interstate 95, providing commuter service to the airport from Broward and Palm Beach Counties. The Airport Station is immediately east of the airport, across Le Jeune Road (42 Avenue) on NW 21st Street. Bus connections to the Tri-Rail Airport Station are available from the bus station. Metrobus also provides free shuttle bus service to the airport terminal for passengers with a valid Tri- Rail ticket. For additional information call 1-800-TRI-RAIL, from anywhere in the state of Florida, or visit www.tri-rail.com.

Metrorail orange Line: Metrorail’s new Orange Line service opened in July 2012. It provides millions of residents and visitors with a reliable and seamless Metrorail connection to and from Miami International Airport’s MIA Mover, which takes riders directly into the airport. For more information, visit www.miamidade.gov/transit or call 305/770-3131.

Miami rental Car Center: Greater Miami is one of the easiest, most affordable places to rent a car. The convenient Rental Car Center, just east of the airport terminal, brings all the big-name rental agencies under one roof. The facility can serve 28,000 customers per day, and it can wash and refuel 300 vehicles per hour, with 42 car-wash bays and 120 gas pumps. The MIA Mover tram takes you directly from MIA to the Rental Car Center. For more information, visit www.miami-airport.com.

Fort Lauderdale Hollywood International Airport (FLL)

Taxicabs and Shuttles: After picking up your luggage in the baggage claim area, head outside to a Taxi Podium located at the curb of each terminal. Fares are calculated based on the zone you are traveling to. For more information visit: ttp://www.broward.org/airport/transportation/pages/ taxis.aspx

Shared rides (shuttles, vans, limos) are also located in the same area. Check in at the Transportation Podium located outside the baggage area on the lower level curbside. Please note that shared ride reservations should be made at least 24 hours in advance of your arrival.

To access all ground transportation, follow the easy to read signs in the terminal from your gate to the baggage claim area located on the lower level. After you pick up your bags, go outside the terminal. You can make arrangements for a taxi cab, shared ride, or a luxury sedan car at any of the Transportation Podiums.

Travelers with special needs have numerous ground transportation options at the airport:

Taxis - Yellow Cab taxis provide transportation for passengers with folding wheelchairs at no additional charge. Wheelchair accessible vans are also available at no additional charge, but advance notice is recommended. For information or to arrange for a van, contact Yellow Cab wheelchair taxi dispatch.

Shared Ride - GO Airport Shuttle provides wheelchair lift-equipped vans at no additional charge. Advance notice is recommended.

Car Rentals - With advance notice, most car rental companies provide rental cars equipped with hand controls. Contact your rental car company for further details.

Public Transportation - Tri Rail feeder buses and Broward County Transit (BCT) buses accommodate riders in wheelchairs.

Car rentals: Renting a car is another convenient way to get around the Greater Miami area. Most of the major car rental companies are represented on-site at FLL. The Rental Car Center (RCC) offers 12 rental car companies in one building next to Terminal 1. Passengers arriving at Terminal 1 should follow Rental Car Center signage to the Concourse B pedestrian bridge. The bridge is located near the Concourse B security checkpoint. Passengers arriving at Terminals 2, 3, or 4 should follow Rental Car Center signs to the passenger pick-up area for free shuttle bus service. The pick-up areas are located outside of the baggage claim level, by the curb. The shuttle buses will take you to the RCC.

Public transportation: Getting to your hotel by bus or train is another option you may want to consider if you are on a budget and don’t mind spending a little extra travel time. However, consider the amount of luggage you are carrying before choosing this option.

Broward County Transit provides efficient mass transit to and from the Airport.

For more information, visit Broward County Transit or call the Rider Info Line at 954-357-8400 or 954-357-8320 (TTY).

Tri-rail: Tri-Rail (commuter train) provides service to Miami-Dade County, Broward County, and Palm Beach County. There are free shuttle buses from the FLL terminals to the Fort Lauderdale - Hollywood International Airport Station at Dania Beach. The station is just a few miles from the airport and a short ride on the shuttle bus.

For more information, visit Tri-Rail or call 800-874-7245. Tri-Rail operates daily schedules.

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