Announcements

  • Free seasonal LeeTran Downtown Trolley to resume Nov 8.
    Both the Blue and Gold Line trolleys provide free access to and from historic downtown Fort Myers. This allows a hassle-free way to enjoy the shopping, dining and entertainment the district offers without having to drive and park downtown. The Blue Line runs through downtown Fort Myers. The route loops from the Oasis Condominiums to West First Street and McGregor Boulevard along First Street, then to Rosa Parks Transportation Center, Fowler and Second streets and then returns to the Oasis Condominiums. The Gold Line connects North Fort Myers with downtown Fort Myers. The route runs from Rosa Parks Transportation Center, over the Caloosahatchee Bridge, and then loops back via North Key Drive to Beau Drive and Hancock Bridge Parkway, then back across the bridge, down First Street and returns to Rosa Parks. The seasonal downtown Fort Myers trolley service continues until May 1, 2019. Along with seasonal changes, several additional routes have permanent or seasonal changes. Permanent changes include: • Route 20, Rosa Parks Transportation Center to the U-Save Shopping Center loop, will have a permanent route path change due to construction in downtown Fort Myers. • Route 40, the Cape Coral Transfer Center to Coralwood Mall loop, will now have the same route path six days a week. • Route 590, the North Fort Myers-Suncoast Estates loop, will offer a new schedule with minor route changes. • Route 595, the North Fort Myers-Pondella loop, will offer a new schedule with minor route changes. Seasonal changes include: • Route 50, Southwest Florida International Airpor to Summerlin Square, will offer a new schedule. • Route 150, Bonita Grande to Lovers Key in Bonita Springs, will offer a new schedule. • Route 600, LinC, Coconut Point Mall to Immokalee Road in Collier County, will now meet with Collier Area Transit (CAT) routes on all trips. All schedule and route changes will go into effect on Thursday, Nov. 8, and can be found at  RideLeeTran.com. LeeTran is the public transit provider for Lee County, providing more than 3 million rides per year. LeeTran operates 26 bus routes during season, 23 bus routes during off-season, a paratransit service called Passport, and an employer vanpool program.