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Stand Up 4 Transportation

Economic Impact

The future of America’s public transportation and roads is on the line!

The current federal transportation funding bill, Moving Ahead for Progress in the 21st Century Act (MAP-21), is set to expire on May 31, 2015. Without a long-term federal transportation funding bill, Lee County and communities across the country will face tremendous uncertainty.  Transportation is the backbone of our local and national economy. A long-term transportation bill is needed for better and expanded transportation options, and to continue to grow our economy.


Sign the Petition!
Ask Congress to pass a long-term transportation funding bill.


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arrow Summer season service starts April 30 on Routes 50, 150, and the Fort Myers Beach trolleys. The Sunday 120 routing will also change. Find the new schedules here.


arrow LeeTran now has Sunday service on Route 70 in Cape Coral and Route 110 to Lehigh. Find the new schedules here.


Transit Task Force Link


IM 4 Transit link


arrow On Friday, April 10, the River District Trolley will travel on Bay Street instead of First Street from 2 p.m. until end of service due to the Mystery Walk event.

Transit Savings Calculator