Free LeeTran beach tram resumes today

The free LeeTran beach tram runs every 35 minutes from Bowditch Point Park on Fort Myers Beach to the Fort Myers Beach Library.

LeeTran is resuming its free beach tram shuttle service on Fort Myers Beach today.

The free tram will run about every 35 minutes, seven days a week from the Fort Myers Beach Public Library to Bowditch Point Park. Service will begin at 9:30 a.m. daily at Fort Myers Beach Public Library and end with the last tram leaving Bowditch Point Park at about 10:35 p.m.

The tram can be hailed from anywhere along its route along Estero Blvd. as well as on Old San Carlos Blvd. and Crescent Street, Fort Myers Beach Communications Director Betsy Clayton said.

The tram service has not been in operation since before Hurricane Ian.

In addition, LeeTran offers bus and trolley service that picks up passengers at the Beach Park & Ride on Main Street and travels over Matanzas Pass Bridge to Bowditch Point Park, Times Square, Santini Plaza and Lovers Key State Park. The bus route also includes stops at Publix and the Fort Myers Beach Public Library. The cost for the trolley is 75 cents for adults with children 6 and under riding free.

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