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Road Closures, Special Tri-Rail Trains as Ultra Music Festival returns

By CBS Miami Team,


Ultra Music Festival impacts downtown Miami traffic 01:41

MIAMI - The Ultra Music Festival is back.

Big crowds are expected in downtown Miami as fans flock to see some of the hottest acts in electronic music at Bayfront Park.

As you might expect there are some traffic detours to accommodate the festival.

All northbound Biscayne Boulevard traffic has be re-routed to the southbound lanes at SE 1st Street and return to normal at N.E 4th Street. All Biscayne Boulevard southbound traffic has been re-routed eastbound and westbound at NE 6th Street. There is no southbound traffic on Biscayne Boulevard south of NE 6th Street. All southbound traffic is detoured to NE 2nd Avenue.

Tri-Rail will be running special late-night trains.

An extra northbound train will depart the Miami Airport Station approximately one hour after the end of each day's concert, with a second train departing in time to meet the arrival of the last Metrorail train in service.

Regular weekday fares are in effect on Friday and Tri-Rail weekend fares are just $5 on Saturday or Sunday.

A special northbound train will depart the Miami Airport Station at 1:00 a.m. and a second one at 2:30 a.m., after the concerts on Friday and Saturday nights, accommodating extended Metrorail hours. Similarly, a special Tri-Rail train will depart at 11:00 p.m. and 12:45 a.m., after Sunday night's concert.

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Brightline will be running special late-night trains that depart at 1 a.m. from the Miami central station.

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