Lee County Transit (LeeTran)

Fort Myers, FL 33907

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About Lee County Transit (LeeTran)

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6035 Landing View Road
Fort Myers, FL 33907
United States
http://www.rideleetran.com/
239.533.8726

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LeeTran is a department of Lee County government, responsible for operating the public transit system that serves the county. It operates 18 bus routes; a paratransit service for the disabled called Passport; and an employer vanpool program.

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Nearly Half of LeeTran’s Paratransit Fleet Powered by Alternative Fuel

May 12, 2016
With a 20 percent reduction in fuel costs, LeeTran has added more propane autogas-fueled shuttles to its paratransit fleet this month. These new vehicles increase the public transit...
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LeeTran to Improve Route 60

July 30, 2015
LeeTran will revamp its Route 60 starting Aug. 6, to make more frequent trips while continuing to serve the same locations. Route 60 operates Monday through Saturday in the San...
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LeeTran Sets New Record for Fill Our Fleet Food Drive

Sept. 24, 2014
LeeTran collected 178,200 pounds of food Sept. 21 in its 6th annual “Fill Our Fleet to Feed the Hungry” food drive, exceeding both its goal and last year’s total.
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LeeTran to Increase Service, Fares

Sept. 18, 2014
At the Sept. 17 final budget workshop, the Board passed the fiscal year 2014-2015 budget which includes funding to reinstate service cuts made in the fall of 2013.
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FL: Lee Tran Drive Named Operator of the Year

Nov. 8, 2013
The man who drives “The Happy Bus” has been named the best operator in the state of Florida.
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LeeTran Tops 4 Million Annual Riders - 8.6% Increase Over Previous Year

Oct. 4, 2013
LeeTran carried a record-breaking 4,075,250 riders in the fiscal year that ended September 30, achieving a one-year increase of 8.6 percent and a three-year increase of 35 percent...

Articles & News

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Florida’s west coast transit agencies brace for Tropical Storm Elsa’s impact

July 7, 2021
Transit services have been suspended with hurricane warnings stretching across much of Florida’s west coast.