Trolley & Tram Information

Image of the Fort Myers Beach trolley passing by Zushi Zushi on Old San Carlos Blvd.

Notice: Effective Friday, May 8th, 2020, LeeTran will reactivate the route 400 servicing Fort Myers Beach. Tram service is ended until January.

The Fort Myers Beach Trolley Service

Get where you need to go with the Fort Myers Beach Trolley.


400 ROUTE: Begins at the Beach Park & Ride located at Summerlin Road and Pine Ridge Road and runs to Times Square before heading to Lovers Key State Park. Returns back to the Beach Park & Ride stopping at 20 designated stops along the way along Estero Blvd.

Click here for a timetable and map for route 400.

Stops for the trolley are indicated by the blue and white ‘Trollee’ signs on San Carlos Blvd. and Estero Blvd.

Fare Information

It’s free to park at the Beach Park & Ride and 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!

Discounted fares are available to seniors aged 65 and older, persons with disabilities and full-time students. To receive the discount fare you must present either a medicare card or LeeTran photo I.D. every time you board. To obtain a LeeTran photo I.D. bring proof of disability, age or student status, plus one form of photo I.D. to to the Rosa Parks Transportation Center, 2250 Widman Way, Fort Myers. Cost is a one time fee of $1. The discount fare for the trolley is 35 cents.

Bring Your Bike

The Trolley can carry bicycles using racks on its exterior.

The Transit App

The Transit app includes real time bus tracking and will help you find the nearest stop for the trolley. Click here to download the app. For more information on Lee Tran’s other bus routes visit their website.