Miami-Dade Transit reopens Venetian Causeway bus link to and from mainland Miami

New Venetian A bus route, shared Sunday

New Venetian A bus route, shared Sunday

The folks with Miami-Dade Transit have resumed limited bus service between the mainland Miami at the Omni terminal and the Venetian Causeway, using lighter buses.

The new schedule, posted on the Miami-Dade Transit website Sunday, starts at 7 a.m. and runs every 35 minutes along Venetian Way and ends at the Publix in Sunset Harbour at 20th Street and Bay Road.

The last morning bus will leave Publix at 9:30 a.m.

Service resumes at 2 p.m. from Omni, again, running every 35 minutes. The last bus in the evening leaves Publix at 6:52 p.m. That means there is no public transportation from Belle Isle east after 6:40 p.m. or west after 6:52 p.m., points our Barbara Cowen, the Belle Isle resident who has led the charge to get service restored.

Traveling to any part of South Beach requires connecting with the South Beach Local either at the Publix or at the stop at Purdy and Dade Boulevard.

This is a seven-day morning and afternoon schedule:

OMNI TERM               BAY RD 20ST

      7:00                                  7:12              

      7:35                                 7:47              

      8:10                                  8:22            

      8:45                                  8:57              

      9:20                                  9:32               

—————————————————————————————————————-

      2:00                                  2:12             

      2:35                                  2:47             

      3:10                                  3:22             

      3:45                                  3:57              

      4:20                                  4:32              

—————————————————————————————————————-

      4:55                                  5:07              

      5:30                                  5:42             

      6:05                                  6:17               

      6:40                                  6:52             

 


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