Trolley & Tram Information
Get where you need to go with the Fort Myers Beach Trolley and Tram!
Trolley Routes 410/490
- Route 410 runs from Bowditch Point Park to Lover’s Key State Park
- Route 490 runs from the Beach Park & Ride to Crescent Beach
Stops for the trolley are indicated by the blue and white ‘Trollee’ signs on San Carlos Blvd. and Estero Blvd.
For more information on Lee Tran’s other bus routes visit their website. You can also call 239-533-8726 for assistance.
Free Tram Service
The tram will run about every 35 minutes, seven days a week from the Fort Myers Beach Public Library to Bowditch Point Park. Service begins at 9:30 a.m. daily at Fort Myers Beach Public Library and ends with the last tram leaving Bowditch Point Park at approximately 10:40 p.m.
There is no LeeTran service on the following holidays:
- New Year’s Day
- Memorial Day
- Fourth of July
- Labor Day
- Christmas Day
Planning Your Trip
The Transit And LeeFare Apps
The Transit app includes real time tracking and will help you find the nearest stop for the trolley or tram. The LeeFare App is useful for quick and easy fare payments and trip planning. Click here to download these apps.
Google Transit And Ride My Bus
Plan your trip using Google Map’s Transit Trip Planner. Simple and easy to use, you can even pick your departure or arrival time, and let the trip planner do the rest.
Find My Bus, powered by the LeeTran Planning department, can help you locate the bus route closest to you or help you determine if you are in the ADA Passport corridor.
Beach Park & Ride
You can park and leave your car at the Beach Park & Ride located at 11101 Summerlin Square Dr. FMB. From here you can take the 490 Trolley to Crescent Beach.
The Trolley only costs 75 cents a ride, $2 for an all-day pass or $4 for a 3-day pass. Be sure to have the exact fare as the drivers CANNOT make change! You can also use the cashless methods described below in the next section.
Discounted fares of 35 cents are available to seniors aged 65 and older, persons with disabilities and full-time students. Riders who qualify for our student and senior discounted TropiCards can purchase a discounted fare pass at the Rosa Parks Transportation Center.
Children 6 years and under ride LeeTran at no charge.
Cashless Payment Information
The LeeFare app allows for for quick and contactless fare payments. The app is available for Apple and Android mobile devices.
These cards can be loaded with funds to make your transit experience smarter, quicker and safer. Get your card here and go.
Service animals are welcomed aboard LeeTran buses and at transit facilities. Lee County does not permit comfort pets to board any Transit Bus or enter any of our facilities. Small pets that can be carried on are allowed on LeeTran buses provided they are contained in a carrier that is safe, secure and does not endanger the animal. The passenger must be able to lift and carry the carrier without assistance. Poisonous and/or dangerous exotic animals are not allowed on-board the bus or at LeeTran facilities.
Bring Your Bike
The Trolley can carry bicycles using racks on its exterior.