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Free North Beach Trolley service

North Beach TrolleyThe Miami Beach Trolley has come to North Beach, providing another way to get around without a car. And it’s free.

The new North Beach trolley, which begins operating at 10 a.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29 at the North Shore Bandshell, will run 8 a.m. to midnight seven days a week, with a trolley arriving at each stop every 10 to 15 minutes. It joins the already existing Alton West Loop. 

The North Beach Trolley stops at Allison Park, Publix on 69th Street, North Shore Open Space Park, Stillwater Park, North Shore Branch Library, Crespi Park, North Shore Youth Center, Normandy Isle Park and Pool, Walgreens on Biarritz Drive and several other locations. You can see the map and stop here.

The trolley also connects to several Miami-Dade transit routes, has free WiFi and real-time tracking on a mobile app, available on Google and Apple app stores.

Josie Gulliksen

About Josie Gulliksen

Josie Gulliksen is a freelance writer and major arts advocate and enthusiast who loves everything cultural and is excited to live in such a thriving community as Miami. A Miami native, aside from Miami on the Cheap, she currently writes for Artburst Miami, Edible South FL, Legacy Miami and Legacy South Florida and Miami New Times. She worked for nearly a decade at Miami Today covering the arts community and restaurant scene and served as Calendar Editor. She has also worked in public relations for the Diabetes Research Institute Foundation, in travel and tourism for Newman PR and at the Miami Science Museum. She has written for Florida Travel + Life Magazine, Florida Monthly Magazine, Miami.com, Indulge Miami and MiamiCurated.

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