Key West Department of Transportation (KWDoT)

City of Key West Department of TransportationThe City of Key West Department of Transportation (KWDoT) provides many services to the community, visitors and our internal customers, which consist of over 400 city associates. The service areas or functions that KWDoT is responsible to provide are public transportation and the Park N Ride Garage.

Anyone seeking information regarding bus schedules, route information or real time arrival / departure updates is encouraged to call the city’s automated information system at 305-600-1455, for public transit services, or visit the map to access functions online at Key West Transit.

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Bus Service Updates & Detours

During the week of 7/19 to 7/23 the Lower Keys Shuttle may be delayed at times due to construction on Big Coppitt Key.

South City Line detour - due to construction, from July 20 to July 23, the South Line will not service South Street at Simonton outbound. Please cross the street and board the bus at the inbound bus stop.

New Lower Keys Shuttle Bus Stop Location in Marathon

Marathon Bus Stop Fairfield Inn 

Marathon Fairfield Inn Bus stop has moved from the parking lot of the Inn onto US 1 by the entrance to the Fairfield Inn.  Effective May 26, the Lower Keys Shuttle will no longer pull into the parking lot.

New Cutaways added to Key West Public Transit Fleet
Cutaway Bus

You may have noticed the newest vehicle type in the Key West public transit fleet on the streets lately. 

They are called cutaways, are ADA compliant, and can transport 14 passengers. When ridership is typically lower, these vehicles are being integrated in the city bus routes. They are a bit quieter and easier to maneuver.

By using the cutaways along with the existing 30- and 35-foot buses, the City of Key West is trying to maximum transportation services to the riding public in the most safe, efficient, and environmentally conscious method possible.  

Buses may be delayed at times due to heavy seasonal traffic.

Citizens are reminded that masks are required to be worn at all times while on the bus, practice social distancing, and to follow all of the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines.

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Key West Transit Free every day for Seniors

All Senior Residents of the City of Key West, age 60 and older, and 100% Service-Connected Disabled U.S. Armed Forces Veterans (any age) may use all City Bus Routes at no charge.


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