Transportation & Mobility Planning
Route 1 will operate starting the first service at 7:00 AM from Bus Stop at Hallandale City Hall & Library. The last service will start at 6:15 PM from Bus Stop at Hallandale City Hall & Library.
Route 2 will operate starting the first service at 7:00 AM from Bus Stop at Publix SE 14th Ave. RK Plaza. The last service will start at 5:54 from Bus Stop at Publix SE 14th Ave. RK Plaza.
Route 3 will operate starting the first service at 7:00 AM from Bus Stop at Hallandale City Hall & Library. The last service will start AT 6:00 PM from Bus Stop at Hallandale City Hall & Library.
Route 4 will operate starting the first service at 7:00 AM from NE 10 Th St, and NW 8Th Ave Hepburn Center. The last service will start at 6:00 PM from NE 10th St and NW 8th Ave. Hepburn Center Bus Stop.
FULL SCHEDULE of all (4) Bus Routes
Community Mini Bus Service
The Transportation Division Hours of Operations
Monday -Thursday (Excluding Holidays)
Do Notoperate on the following holidays: 4th of July, Thanksgiving Day Christmas Eve/Day, and New Year's Day
7:30am - 5 pm
(954) 457-2220 dial OPTION 6 = Transportation and Mobility or Email
To Report a Concern: Click Here.
FOR ACCESABILITY SERVICES/ADA Phone: 954-357-8232 (954-357-8-ADA) or BCT TTY Access: 954-357-8302
The City of Hallandale Beach Mobile App will help riders track the City’s four (4) community bus routes. The application will allow riders to track the location of the buses on the map and provide riders with real time information on the arrival of the buses at a designated stops. Riders will be able to create a list of their favorite stops to quickly have access to the buses estimated time of arrival (ETA). A link to the City of Hallandale Beach Community Bus App . Enjoy the ride!
Track at Transit Service Center
- Phone: (954) 463-0845
Track it from your desktop computer:
Track it from your mobile device by downloading the Mobile App:
- Web application:
- Google Play Store:
- Apple App Store:
Mini Bus General Regulations
- Shopping carts of any size are prohibited from blocking aisles.
- Drivers are not responsible for assisting riders or locating lost articles left on the minibus.
- Riders may only bring bags/packages onto the minibus during initial entry that are reasonably carried by the rider.
- All items must be either stored in the storage rack behind the driver or retained by the rider in the one seat occupied by the rider.
- No exceptions will be allowed by the driver.
- No rude behavior allowed.
- No eating, drinking, smoking or spitting.
- No feet on seats.
- No radios/tape players.
- Shoes and shirts must be worn.
- For information about Broward County Transit routes fare or connections call 954.357.8400.
- Hearing speech impaired/TTY 954.357.8302
Please note: The City of Hallandale Beach or Limousines of South Florida, Inc. (LSF) is not liable for damage to any personal items, such as bicycles, computers and cell phones, etc., except if LSF is found to be negligent or at fault in an accident. Theft and/or damage to personal items, injury while loading and unloading a bicycle, acts by a third party and all other incidents are solely the responsibility of the customer and not The City of Hallandale Beach or LSF. Limousines of South Florida, Inc. LSF reserves the right to change or update their Lost & Found policy as they see fit without advance notice on this website.
Call Limousines of South Florida, Inc. LSF Lost & Found at 954-463-0845
City of Hallandale Beach Transition Plan
This Transition Plan describes the process by which facilities are being evaluated and prioritized for accessibility improvements and establishes which initial budget to initiate improvements based on the priority criteria. Evaluation of facilities to determine the next phase of scheduled construction activities for scheduling and budgeting of phased improvements will be conducted annually during the annual update of the Transition Plan.
Broward County Transit
Broward County Transit offers special programs for low income individuals, qualified disable individuals and veterans.
Click here for more information.
Click Here for BCT system wide map
Click Here for BCT bus route schedules.
Click Here for BCT fares.
Miami Dade TransitSpecial Transportation Service (STS) is MDT's paratransit service for qualified disabled individuals.
Click Here for MDT Metrobus Routes & Schedules.
Click Here for MDT Fares.
Click Here for MDT Transit Vending Machines locations.
Tri-Railis a tri-county commuter rail service that connects Palm Beach, Broward, and Miami-Dade Counties. The nearest stop to Hallandale Beach is Hollywood Station. Route 3 on the Hallandale Beach Community Bus will connect you to the Tri-Rail Station.
Click here for Tri-Rail connector
Brightlineis a train travel service that connects you to Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Click here for Brightline
There are many transit systems in South Florida to get you where you need to go without the use of a private automobile. Many local transit agencies offer free or reduced fares for active military personnel, low income and disabled individuals, and veterans. Please contact the appropriate transit agency before planning your trip or if you have any questions.
Cyclists are not as visible as other motor vehicles, so as a driver, remember that you have an obligation to see everything that is there to be seen. Sharing the road with other users may be frustrating at times, however, keep in mind that unlike other motorists, cyclists lack the protection of steel, airbags or other safety features. Even small collisions can have catastrophic results. So, use extra care around them. And if you feel the need to honk, a quick beep is loud enough since they're not inside a car. You wouldn't want to startle them and cause a crash. Help us accomplish this goal! Learn more on Traffic Safety Laws http://floridabicycle.org/bicycle-traffic-law/
Bicyclists are expected to obey all traffic laws because they are considered vehicles in most areas. Ride with both hands on the handlebars, stop and check for traffic when pulling onto a street, approaching a curb, or reaching a stop sign. Cross only at intersections. Ride your bike in the same direction as traffic, use bike lanes when possible, obey traffic control devices and try to ride single file when accompanied by other riders.
Most bike accidents result from running into stationary objects, like signs or benches. Keep your eyes on the road at all times in order to ensure you don’t collide with something or fall off your bike. Watch out for large puddles, storm grates, curbs, changes in road height, wet leaves and gravel. Also, be on the lookout for other bikers, strollers, kids and animals. A bell or horn allows you to warn pedestrians that are approaching. You may also verbally warn pedestrians and other cyclists when preparing to pass them.
Hand SignalsBicycle rides will often require the use of public streets and intersections. Using the appropriate hand signals can help you safely navigate congested areas. Ensure that nearby motorists have clearly seen your signal before attempting to turn.
Before each ride, check your bike to make sure it is in good working order. Make sure the breaks are working properly, heck for loose parts and confirm that your lights and reflectors are attached and clean. Consider taking it to a bike shop for a tune-up about every six months.
Try riding your bike today. Use the Broward Bicycle Suitability Map to plan your route. Don’t have a bike? Bike sharing makes it economical and convenient to use bikes for trips that are too far to walk but too short to drive. Rent a BCycle bike at one of the stations on the beach to run errand, gran lunch, travel from bus stop to your office or just fresh air!
Hallandale Beach BCycle Station is located at the Hallandale Beach Water Tower (Take Bus Route 1) to 2801 E. Hallandale Beach Blvd. Hallandale Beach, FL 33009.
Bike Racks are available on all Hallandale Beach Community Buses. Bike Racks are designed to carry two bikes only. It is important to have the operator’s attention before loading and unloading your bike. As the bus approaches, have your bike ready to load. Remove any loose items that may fall off.
Always load your bike from the curbside of the street.
Lower-Squeeze the handle and pull down to release the folded bike rack.
Lift your bike into the rack, fitting the wheels into the slots of the vacant position closest to the bus.
Latch-Pull and release the support arm over the front tire, making sure the support arm is resting on the tire, not on the fender or frame.
Before exiting, notify the operator you are removing your bike.
Pull the support arm off the tire. Move the support arm down and out of the way. Lift your bike out of the rack. If your bike is the only one on the rack, return the rack to the upright position.
Move quickly to the curb.
The best way to fit a helmet is to measure the child’s head around the widest part just above the eyebrows and ears.
Helmets should have a label indicating what size they are. Choose the smallest helmet that will fit the child.
First put on the helmet so it is level on the child’s head and if it slides around or moves side to side, insert helmet sizing pads.
• Eyes: The child should be able to see the front edge of the helmet.
• Ears: The sliders should be moved up to just under the ear lobes.
• Mouth: The chin strap should fit snugly enough that opening the mouth widely will move the helmet.
Follow the diagram for fitting a helmet: