Miami city has an elevated rapid transit system called Metrorail. Such system is currently composed of two lines of 23 stations. It runs from Kendall through South Miami, Coral Gables and downtown Miami to the Civic Center/Jackson Memorial Hospital area; and to Brownsville, Liberty City, Hialeah and Medley in northwest Miami-Dade, with connections to Broward and Palm Beach counties at the Tri-Rail/Metrorail transfer station.
The 23 accessible Metrorail stations are about one mile apart from each other, providing easy access for bus riders, pedestrians and passengers. Metrorail has a free complement system: Metromover which circulates in Downtown Miami from Omni to Brickell. In addition, Metrobus connects with Metrorail and Metromover. Metrobus offers a countywide means of transportation. It runs from Miami Beach to West Miami-Dade and from the Middle Keys to Broward Boulevard.
Green line Stations
Palmetto, Okeechobee, Hialeah, Tri-Rail, Northside, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Plaza, Brownsville, Miami International Airport, Earlington Heights, Allapattah, Santa Clara, Civic Center, Culmer, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre, Government Center, Brickell, Vizcaya, Coconut Grove, Douglas Road, University, South Miami, Dadeland North, Dadeland South.
Orange line Stations Dadeland South, Dadeland North, South Miami, University, Douglas Road, Coconut Grove, Vizcaya, Brickell, Government Center, Historic Overtown/Lyric Theatre, Culmer, Civic Center, Santa Clara, Allapattah, Earlington Heights, Miami International Airport
Metrorail trains run from Dadeland South Metrorail station to either the new MIA Metrorail station (Orange Line) or the Palmetto Metrorail station (Green Line). Since the Grand Opening of the spectacular Miami International Airport Station and the launching of the Orange Line, Metrorail has become the most affordable choice for getting to and from the airport.