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Operator MDTD
System Type APM
Year Opened 1986
# of Lines 3
# of Cars
Mileage 4.4 miles
Gauge N/A
Stations 20
Power Power rails
Fare Media FREE
Website MDTD
Data Date 2006
1st Visit 3/2006
Last Visit 3/2006
% Rode 100%

Southern US Transit > Miami


The Metro-mover is a downtown elevated circular system for Miami. The system consists of a loop with two branches. It is entirely automated. It connects with Metrorail at Government Center & Brickell stations.

During most of the day there are 3 routes on the Mover. The Inner Loop just circles downtown Miami. The Outer Loop is served by two services. One serves the Omni branch to the North, the other the Brickell loop to the south.

It is a nice system that gives visitors an overview of downtown, plus it is free to ride!

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View of a car stopped at the Nigh Center Station on the outer loop. (3/24/06) Train on the Brickell loop crossing on the Miami Bridge on a very high bridge. (3/24/06)
The height of the %?? Street Station on the Brickell loop is clearly evident in this view. (3/24/06) Train on the Omni Loop. (3/24/06)
Two car inner loop train at Miami Ave. (3/24/06) Train at the junction of the downtown loop at Brickell loop. (3/24/06)
Train at the junction of the downtown loop at Brickell loop. (3/24/06) Train leaving 3rd Street Station on Outer Loop. (3/24/06)
Car at the maintenance facility located in the SW corner of the downtown loop. (3/24/06) View of the Brickell loop junction from below. (3/24/06)

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