Key West has extensive public bus service that can be useful for getting across island and throughout lower and middle islands of the Florida Keys.
Key West City Service Fares:
One Way: $2.00 (full), $1.00 (reduced), $0.50 (senior)
1-day pass: $4.00
7-day pass: $8.00 (full), $5.00 (reduced), $3.75 (senior)
31-day pass: $25.00 (full), $15.00 (reduced), $15.00 (senior)
Duval Loop Bus is FREE
Lower Keys Service Fares
One Way: $4.00 (full), $2.00 (reduced), $1.00 (senior)
1-day pass: $8.00
7-day pass: $25.00 (full), $15.00 (reduced), $15.00 (senior)
31-day pass: $75.00 (full), $45.00 (reduced & senior)
Super Pass (unlimited Key West & Lower Keys routes)
1-day pass: $12.00
Reduced fare requires proper ID and applies to Students under 21, disabled, active and retired military. Senior rate is for ages 60+. Second Saturday of each month, Seniors ride FREE on both the City and Lower Keys Routes.
The Bikes On Buses Program allows customers to take a bicycle on the bus for free, by securing it onto a bicycle rack, attached to the front of every city bus. Each bus can hold only two or three bicycles. Folding bicycles may be carried on board the bus.
There are five bus routes for within the city of Key West, each named Blue Route, Red Route, Green Route, Orange Route, and the Duval Loop. And there is one route for the Lower Keys Shuttle, which travels between Key West and Marathon (mile marker 53.5).
Below are the bus routes and schedules. Click on them to see larger versions:
Schedule: The Duval Loop buses run every day, year-round. This free bus will visit each stop every 30 minutes, from 6am to 10am, and every 15 minutes from 10am – midnight.