Art Basel: Four ways to get there

 

Driving to Art Basel events may require some artistic maneuvering. Here’s help:

•  There will be free trolley service between are Midtown Miami and the Miami Beach Convention Center during Art Basel. The trolleys will operate between Wednesday and Saturday from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. until 8 p.m. on Sunday. The stops are at Midtown Boulevard/29th Street in Miami and at Washington Avenue in front of the Fillmore at the Jackie Gleason in Miami Beach. Each trolley will leave its destination every hour on the hour.

 For traffic heading to Art Basel from the mainland and north of I-195, the designated route will be Julia Tuttle Causeway, Arthur Godfrey Road/41st Street, Pine Tree Drive, Dade Boulevard, and Washington Avenue. The Miami/Miami Beach Art Basel Trolley service will operate along this same route.

For traffic heading to Art Basel from the mainland and south of I-395, the designated route will be MacArthur Causeway, 5th Street Flyover to Alton Road, and 17th Street.

•  Despite construction work, FDOT has re-opened northbound Alton Road from 17th Street to Dade Boulevard and partially re-opened northbound Alton Road from Dade Boulevard to Michigan Avenue on Monday.

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