Try Transit Day – Ride for FREE
Try Transit Day will be recognized this year on Earth Day, April 22nd in order to raise awareness of the economical and environmental benefits of utilizing public transportation. The FREE day of rides is available to all fixed route public LeeTran buses and trollies. Utilizing public transit has many great benefits. Here are three notable reasons to consider taking the bus:
- It can save you money- Individuals who switch from driving to transit can save an average of more than $10,000 a year on things like fuel, tolls and maintenance.
- Public transportation helps the environment- Taking public transportation helps keep harmful carbon emissions down by reducing the use of fuel which in turn reduces harmful pollution. In the United States, public transportation reduces fuel consumption by 4.2 billion gallons every year.
- Public transportation reduces traffic congestion. More people taking public transportation results in fewer vehicles on the road. Fewer vehicles means streamlined routes, faster commutes and even fewer vehicle related accidents! One bus can eliminate the need for around 40 vehicles.
Click here to view our system map and route schedules to start planning your day!
Real-time Bus Information
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Get Where You're Going With LeeTran!
Be part of the solution to traffic congestion and air pollution by using public transportation. On this site, you'll be able to:
If you need additional assistance, please call LeeTran Customer Service at
239-533-8726, option 1.
Significant Delays Expected
delays expected due to increased beach traffic and ongoing construction on
Estero Blvd. Please exercise caution when boarding and alighting the transit
vehicles in construction zones. Some stops may not be accessible while crews
Effective Monday March 4th, 2019: In an effort to best serve the transportation needs of our community, LeeTran will be revising the "Route 40" time table for the remainder of the seasonal schedule. This schedule will be in-effect until May 1st, 2019. See new schedule
Route 140 Northbound/Southbound
Stops along US 41 between
Victoria Ave. and Winkler Ave. will experience intermittent closures. Stops
that are taken out of service will be marked as closed.
To use Route 140 please
proceed to the nearest stop outside of the construction area.
Route 490 Seasonal Fort Myers Beach Service
Route 490 Northbound - alternative pick up location for select trips on Estero Blvd. near Crescent St. Alternative pickup location will ONLY be at the following times:
This will impact the 490 Northbound stops on Crescent St., Fifth St., and Times Square.
Beach Park & Ride Trolley (Route 490):
Three trolleys that
will travel between the Beach Park & Ride and Times Square until 10:23
p.m., seven days a week
Beach Trolley (Route 410):
Three trolleys that
travel between Bowditch Park and Lovers Key until approximately 10 p.m., seven
days a week
LeeTram (Route 420):
Free open-air tram circling from Bowditch Point Park to Matanzas Pass
Preserve. The beach tram is estimated to run every 20 minutes, depending
on traffic, seven days a week. Service starts 8 a.m. at Bowditch Park and ends
7:50 p.m. at Matanzas Pass Preserve.
Seasonal service runs through May 1.