Hollywood Transit and Mobility Options
Mobility is a core element of sustainability. The ability to move people by multiple methods in addition to single passenger vehicles provides many benefits. Downtowns and commercial areas benefit from more people on the street walking, biking, or waiting for transit. An aging population benefits from options that allow them to maintain independence and mobility even as it loses its ability to drive. Families benefit economically when they are able to reduce vehicle trips or opt out of car ownership entirely. More young people are choosing to live places where they do not need to own a car and visitors are looking for destinations they can traverse without a car.
In addition to all of the above stated benefits, getting people out of cars improves health, improves air quality, reduces traffic, and reduces carbon emissions.
How can you get to and around Hollywood without a car? Try a combination of the options below.
The Tri-Rail connects Hollywood to the larger tri-county region. Hollywood employees and residents can get to and from work and home via the regional train. The Tri-Rail can bring visitors to Hollywood hotels, restaurants, and destinations from three different international airports. Hollywood is home to two Tri-Rail stations, one on Hollywood Blvd and one on Sheridan St. Many employees, including City employees, can take advantage of the Employer Discount Program. See Employee FAQ for more details.
Once you arrive in Hollywood via the Tri-Rail, you immediately have a choice between the Broward County Transit System or the Hollywood Train to Trolley Shuttle.
Additionally, those looking to travel within Broward County and beyond can rely on the Brightline, a high-speed passenger train building easy, low-cost, efficient, and eco-friendly routes. The Brightline connects South Florida by having stops in Miami, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, and Orlando. While you cannot yet catch the Brightline at a station in Hollywood, you have options for navigating to other stations by relying on other services such as the Tri-Rail.
Broward County Transit (BCT) runs nine routes through Hollywood that can be used to get around the City and connect to other local destinations. In addition to these nine routes, BCT offers the 441 and US1 Breeze busses and the 95express bus designed specifically for work commutes.
The Sun Shuttle, operated by Circuit - formerly known as "The Free Ride," is an environmentally-friendly, electric public transportation option that transports riders through service areas in downtown Hollywood, on Hollywood Beach and along Federal Highway. Riders can quickly and easily get to where they want to go in Hollywood for $2 per person, per ride. Simply use the on-demand “Ride Circuit” App to request a pick-up, wave down the closest fleet driver or head to a designated shuttle stop within the service area.
Visit the Sun Shuttle webpage for service areas, hours of operation and additional information.
Hallandale Beach Community Mini Bus Service
The Hallandale Beach community mini-bus has one stop in Young Circle on its Route 1. Visitors coming from Hallandale Beach can hop off the mini bus and onto the Sun Shuttle to explore downtown and the beach or onto our Hollywood Train to Trolley shuttle to get to the TriRail Station.
Walk or Bike
Walking and biking do even more to enhance the vibrancy of a community, improve health, and the environment. The City of Hollywood adopted a Complete Streets policy as part of its commitment to improving infrastructure for biking and walking. Complete Streets create space within the streetscape for all forms of mobility including personal vehicles and transit as well as cycling and walking.