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SERVICE CHANGES - Effective April 25th, 2021 - View Schedules

Several bus routes will return to their off-season schedules beginning Sunday, April 25th, affecting service for Fort Myers Beach, Estero, Bonita Springs, the Downtown River District and the LinC connection with Collier Area Transit (CAT). 

The routes that will be changing are Route 40, Route 110, Route 410/490, Route 515 and Route 600.

Details are as follows:

  • Fort Myers Beach: Seasonal tram service will end Sunday, April 25th and Beach Trolley service will transition to off-season schedule.
  • The Fort Myers River District Trolleys (Gold 505 and Blue 500 lines) will end seasonal service on Sunday, April 25th.
  • Route 600 will transition to the off-season schedule.
  • The Lehigh routes 110 and 515 will now be interlined on all trips. Interlined routes allow riders to continue on to their destination without transferring buses. At the end of the route 110, the bus will continue on to the route 515 and vice versa. Riders on board will not have to pay an additional fare to continue on this interlined route. Anyone taking the 515 to Fort Myers or the 110 to Lehigh will no longer have to get off the bus and transfer at Homestead Plaza where as of April 25th, this stop will no longer exist.  The 110 becomes the 515 at the Plaza Drive & Homestead Road bus stop #10971. This is also true the opposite way. 





BUS STOP PERMANENT CLOSURE - Effective April 24, 2021

Bus stop located in Homestead Plaza will be permanently closed.
Stop ID: 10857


Anyone taking the 515 to Fort Myers will no longer have to get off the bus and transfer at Homestead Plaza. This route now becomes the 110, without the need to transfer buses, at Plaza
& Homestead Road, stop #10971. This is also true the opposite way. The 110 becomes the 515 at Plaza & Homestead Road.

 

The closest bus stops are:

  • Homestead Road & Plaza #10972, going westbound
  • Homestead Road & Plaza #10856, going eastbound

Route 515 and Route 110 will meet at the Plaza Drive bus stop #10971.

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BUS STOP TEMPORARY CLOSURE - Effective February 18, 2021


Bus stop located at Hancock Bridge Pkwy & Northeast Twentieth Ct (westbound) will be temporarily closed due to road work in the area. 

Nearby bus stop that can be utilized in the interim:

  • Del Prado Blvd & Hancock Bridge Pkwy SB, #10393



Stop ID: 10800


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Bus stop located at Hancock Bridge Pkwy and NE 17th Pl (Westbound) will be temporarily closed due to road work


Stop ID: 10801

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FORT MYERS BEACH SERVICE - Effective January 3, 2021 - View Schedules


LeeTran will resume seasonal service to and along Fort Myers Beach, including the free open-air tram

 

The routes include:

  • Service between Bowditch Point Park and Lovers Key (Route 410). Service on Fort Myers beach will run 5 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. daily.
  • Service between Times Square, on Fort Myers Beach, and the Beach Park and Ride, 11101 Summerlin Square Drive (Route 490). The Beach Park & Ride provides free parking with more than 125 available spaces for people to take the trolley to the beach. Passengers can also connect to LeeTran's routes to Southwest Florida International Airport (Route 50) or to Edison Mall (Route130) from the Beach Park & Ride.

Routes 410 and 490 will now become year-round, permanently replacing Route 400, which previously operated in the same area from May through December. Operating two routes allows LeeTran to better manage buses as they carry passengers to and along Fort Myers Beach.

 

These route changes are the result of the 2020 LeeTran Comprehensive Operational Analysis and are expected to increase LeeTran's ability to adapt to significant traffic delays, manage operating costs and provide flexibility for future passenger needs.

In addition to the routes, the Beach tram offers:

  • Fare-free service, running from Bowditch Point Park to Matanzas Pass Preserve. The beach tram service will include three trams and is estimated to run every 15 minutes, depending on traffic.  Tram service will run seven days a week starting at 8 a.m. at Bowditch Park with the last pickup at 11:30 p.m. at Matanzas Pass Preserve. The open-air, multi-car trams provide an easy, fun way to travel along the beach from hotels to restaurants, to shopping and other attractions.
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TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF BUS STOPS ON CLEVELAND AVE

​All northbound stops are open. All southbound stops are still closed.

The following bus stops located along the Route 140, will be temporarily out of service due to construction in the area:

  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Canal St

  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Linhart Ave
  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Hanson St
  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Coronado Rd
  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Grace Ave
  • Bus stop at Cleveland Ave & Maravilla Ave

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