Lee County Government is investing in Human & Business Services to provide immediate assistance for individuals, families and businesses. Funds are available through the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act federal stimulus package.

Visit www.LeeFLCares.com for more information on eligibility

​​Robert Codie, Director

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​COVID-19 Service Updates

The health and safety of our community members are of the utmost importance to Lee County Government. All service updates are made in alignment with the State Department of Health and the Centers for Disease Control's recommendation for social distancing.

  • Route 600 and Route 150 will return to their off-season schedules beginning Monday, May 18th.

  • Lee County Transit (LeeTran) will reactivate transit service on Fort Myers Beach beginning Friday, May 8th. 

  • LeeTran will adjust some fixed-route schedules beginning Monday, May 4th, 2020.

  • LeeTran will operate "Sunday service" seven days a week effective Wednesday April 8, 2020

  • The Downtown River District GOLD Line will suspend service beginning March 26

  • LeeTran has waived all fares effective Saturday, March 21
  • The beach trolley and tram service suspended as of March 19
  • LeeTran's Headquarters closed to the public
  • Rosa Parks Transportation Center Lobby is closed until further notice. The lobby will open intermittently throughout the day only for Greyhound ticket counter needs
  • Applications and reservations for ADA (Passport) service will be conducted over the phone by calling (239) 533-0300

For COVID-19 Modified Schedules click here


RIDER ALERTS

LEETRAN ANNOUNCES OUT-OF-SEASON SCHEDULE CHANGES

Two bus routes will return to their off-season schedules beginning Monday, May 18th affecting Bonita Springs and LeeTran’s connection with Collier Area Transit (CAT). 

  • ​The route 150 that services Bonita Springs and Lovers Key State Park will  run on an off-season Sunday schedule​

  • The route 600 which services Bonita Springs and connects with Collier Area Transit (CAT) will run on an off-season Sunday schedule

Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic, LeeTran continues to provide modified bus service around Lee County. You can get complete information about current bus schedules at RideLeeTran.com or by calling customer service team at 239-LEETRAN. LeeTran's ADA Passport service will not be affected by these modifications. To make a Passport reservation, please call 239-533-0300.

Riders can access schedules for each active route at http://www.leegov.com/leetran/covid19modifiedschedules

Riders are asked to observe recommendations from the Centers For Disease Control for social distancing. For more information, visit www.leegov.com/COVID-19.


TEMPORARY CLOSURES OF BUS STOPS ON CLEVELAND AVE. 


Due to construction in the area, the following bus stops located along the Route 140, will be temporarily out of service.


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