Fort Lauderdale Transportation

  • Inside the Sun Trolley
    Inside the Sun Trolley
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  • Causeway to Port Everglades
    Causeway to Port Everglades
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    Port Everglades
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  • 1. Fort Lauderdale Airport

    We had a family group of 11 and needed transportation to the seaport. I contracted with EEZZExpress and they did the round trip for a very reasonable amount. One of our group left his cell phone in...

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  • 2. Automobile Rentals

    The Sunpass website has a handy guide to the SunPass policies of the various rental agencies. Dollar and Thrifty have an opt in or opt out system, either you pay the daily fee with tolls included or...

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  • 3. Local Maps

    The travel through here can be relatively easy. If taking I-95, go with the flow. That can get backed up at times, especially to airport and the Port Everglades into the cruise ship area. A taxi...

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  • 4. Boating

    Water Taxi offers transportation and tours in Miami and Fort Lauderdale. The Water Taxi makes scheduled pickups and stops at many restaurants, attractions and shopping areas. A Water Taxi tour is also...

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  • 5. Flying into Miami

    In 2013, we flew into Miami instead of Fort Lauderdale because I could use my frequent flier for Miami but all the seats were gone for Fort Lauderdale. It's not...

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  • 6. Getting to Port Everglades cruise port

    From the Hyatt Pier 66 we could see Port Everglades and our Princess ship but to get there you had to walk over the causeway and with the hot sun and luggage...

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  • 7. Sun Trolley Las Olas & Beaches

    The Sun Trolley is an excellent way to get around, the two routes for the tourist areas are the Las Olas-Beaches and Convention Connection which runs...

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  • 8. Public buses

    I'm guessing that most tourists to Fort Lauderdale don't ever get on a public bus but we wanted to go somewhere outside the tourist zone so we ended up taking...

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  • 9. Shuttle to port

    We took agreat shuttle from FLL to the Port Everglades for our cruise last month.we didnt have to ride with strangers! Since we were a group we got a "free...

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  • 10. HPN to Ft Lauderdale

    I thought that flying from HPN would be easy since it's less than ten minutes from where we live. After this experince, I would rather drive to JFK or La...

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  • 11. Driving

    Getting around the area by car is very easy with well labeled road signs and easy to follow highway systems. The only thing that is bad about car travel is the...

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  • 12. Take a Taxi

    Our last trip to Fort Lauderdale we had considerably more luggage than usual so we decided to skip the free shuttle and take a taxi. It was easy to find a taxi...

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  • 13. Taxi is My Way

    The taxi's-many of them are all over the airport. They take you to downtown and the Port Everglades for cruise ships. With 3.4 million people jumping ship...

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  • 14. Airport Shuttle to Port Everglades

    The airport has a shuttle that takes passengers to Port Everglades. The shutles look like regular city buses from the outside but the interior space has luggage...

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  • 15. getting around south florida by train

    info about getting around the south florida area (palm beach county, broward county, and miami/dade county) by what is evidently a commuter train can be found...

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  • 16. getting around south florida by bus

    info about getting around the south florida area (palm beach county, broward county, and miami/dade county) on the bus systems can be found at --...

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  • 17. Visiting Las Olas by car- bring your credit card!

    Should you visit Ft. Lauderdale by car, you'll appreciate the cool parking meters that line Las Olas. (That is, if you're like me, and never carry cash with you...

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  • 18. Water bus

    If you don't get a rental car or don't want to move it, try the Waterbus. For $5 a day you can get to quite a few shopping, dining and entertainment areas here...

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  • 19. Buss, bike, train, water bus

    If you are in Fort Lauderdale you don't need a car. If it's NOT mid summer, then get a bicycle and a big lock. It's the best way to get about, every thing is...

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  • 20. Taxis

    Taxis are expensive in Florida, soon as you get in the taxi it cost you $1.25 and it works out at around $2 to $3 a mile,and as some of the places that you want...

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  • 21. Buses

    The buses are a great and cheap way of getting around. In Fort Lauderdale you pay $1 for any distance in the area one way or you can pay $2.50 for an all day...

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  • 22. Draw Bridges

    If you are near the beach or Canals, prepare to wait for draw bridges to be raised and lowered. They are pretty efficient here, and it is usually only about a 5...

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