Autobuses puerto rico: San Juan Puerto Rico Bus Routes, Bus Schedule, Map

San Juan Puerto Rico Bus Routes, Bus Schedule, Map

An Economical Way of Enjoying San Juan, Puerto Rico.  Bus Rates, Schedules, Routes, Travel Tips and Map

San Juan Puerto Rico  >  Getting Around San Juan Puerto Rico  >  Getting Around San Juan by Bus

For visitors wishing to explore the capital city of San Juan and keeping travel expenses to a minimum, it is possible to enjoy all the attractions and fun things to do and interesting places by riding a bus.  With a little planning and a little patience, you can enjoy the city and save money.

The Puerto Rico Metropolitan Bus Authority (AMA – Autoridad Metropolitana de Autobuses), aka AMA-Metrobus, a corporation owned by the Puerto Rico Department of Transportation and Public Works, (DTOP – Departamento de Transportación y Obras Públicas) manages the public bus transportation system for the greater San Juan tourist and metropolitan areas.  It has done so since 1959 – making it one of the first public transport authorities ever established in the Americas.   It prides itself on being dependable, safe, very affordable, and comfortable for people with disabilities.

There is the main bus terminal in Old San Juan directly across from Cruise Ship Pier 4 (Muelle 4) (see map below).  The DTOP/AMA office is on the north side of the terminal next to the Covadonga Parking payment lobby, where bus route maps and schedules are provided.  You may also call the AMA at (787) 294-0500 or (787) 250-6064 for bus routes, schedules, and additional information.

The guide below is no longer accurate.  We currently do not have an official schedule to share.  The guide below is offered to give you an idea of how the bus runs. 

Effective August of 2015 – The following bus routes were suspended by the AMA: 4, 8, 10, 11, 16, 17, 19, 22, 29, 30, 40, 46, 49, and 52. If any of these bus routes are referenced below on this page, please ignore them as they are no longer valid routes.

AMA Bus Rates & Operating Hours

Most tourists will ride an AMA bus to travel to and from San Juan tourist attraction areas.

  • Regular Fare = $0.75 (with one bus transfer = $1.50)
  • Students = $0.60 (with one bus transfer = $1.20)
  • Ages 60-74 = $0.35 (with one bus transfer = $0.70)
  • People with Disabilities, on Medicare, or 75 years and older = FREE
  • Exact change only accepted! (quarters, dimes, or nickels)
  • Operating hours: Monday – Friday 5am – 9pm;
    Saturdays & holidays 6am – 8pm

Metrobus Rates & Operating Hours

The Metrobus Express (ME) runs from the Old San Juan terminal, to the Convention Center area, and through Miramar.

  • Regular Fare = $0.50
  • Students = $0.50
  • Ages 60-74 = $0.25
  • People with Disabilities, or on Medicare = $0.25
  • 75 years and older = FREE
  • Children 6 years or younger = FREE
  • Exact change only accepted! (quarters, dimes, or nickels)
  • Operating hours: Monday – Friday 5am – 8pm;
    NO SERVICE Saturday, Sunday & holidays

Tips for using the bus in San Juan, Puerto Rico

  • AMA Bus/route 53 is best to remember, as it is most convenient for tourists traveling between Old San Juan, the hotels and beaches of Puerta de Tierra, Condado, Ocean Park, & Isla Verde, Pan American Cruise Pier, Isla Grande Airport, and the Puerto Rico Convention Center District.   It also connects to bus route 50 in Isla Verde for the San Juan International Airport.
  • Bus numbers / Route numbers are used synonymously (i.e. bus #53 follows the #53 route)
  • Make sure to use a bus stop (P A R A D A) that shows your desired bus # / route on the sign.
  • You may wait 5 to 30 minutes+ for a bus going to your destination.
  • If waiting at a bus stop, make sure to wave your bus down as it approaches or it may not stop.
  • If heading west to Old San Juan from Condado, Ocean Park, or Isla Verde, for example, be sure to wait at a bus stop in the westbound lane to minimize travel time.
  • Buses may be full during work rush hours.
  • Be patient…you will save a lot of money, but expect a longer trip vs. taking a taxi.
  • Reminder – buses accept exact change only!

San Juan Tourist Area Bus / Route Number Chart

(Note: Some buses or route stops may display a letter before the bus or stop number, such as “T5” or “B21”.   Ignore any letters – only be concerned with the numbers.)  (Subject to ongoing changes)

Chart Updates

  • You can take the Metrobus Express (ME) to travel between Old San Juan, the Convention Center area, and Miramar / Santurce.

Bus / Route Numbers & Rates to and from popular tourist and traveler destinations:

  • Use bus 53 to travel between Old San Juan, the Convention Center/Pan American Pier/Isla Grande Airport area, Puerta de Tierra, Condado, Ocean Park, and Isla Verde (75¢).

Using the bus from San Juan International Airport

  • to Old San Juan & its cruise piers, Ocean Park, or Isla Verde – take bus 50 from the airport to Isla Verde & transfer to 5 or 53 heading west.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Condado, the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, or Isla Grande Airport – take bus 50 from the airport to Isla Verde & transfer to 53 heading west.   Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Miramar – take bus 50 from the airport to Isla Verde & transfer to 5 heading west.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).

Traveling by bus from Condado, San Juan, PR

  • to the San Juan International Airport – take bus 53 east to Isla Verde and transfer to bus 50 to the airport.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Old San Juan & its cruise piers, the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, or Isla Grande Airport – take bus 21 or 53 west (75¢).
  • to Miramar – take bus 21 and transfer to bus 5.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).

Traveling by bus From Miramar, San Juan

  • to the San Juan International Airport – take bus 5 east to Isla Verde and transfer to bus 50 to the airport.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1. 50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Ocean Park or Isla Verde – take bus 5 east (75¢).
  • to Condado – take bus 5 and transfer to bus 21.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Old San Juan and its cruise piers – take bus 5 west (75¢) or the Metrobus Express (50¢).
  • to the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, or Isla Grande Airport – take bus 5 to Condado and transfer to bus 21.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).

Traveling by bus from Isla Verde or Ocean Park, San Juan, PR

  • from Ocean Park or Isla Verde to the San Juan International Airport – take bus 5 or 53 east to Isla Verde and transfer to bus 50 to the airport.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • Bus from Ocean Park or Isla Verde to Old San Juan & its cruise piers – take bus 5 or 53 west (75¢).
  • Bus from Ocean Park or Isla Verde to the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, or Isla Grande Airport – take bus 53 west (75¢).
  • Bus from Ocean Park or Isla Verde to Miramar – take bus 5 west (75¢).

Traveling by bus from Old San Juan & Cruise Piers, Puerto Rico

  • to San Juan International Airport – take bus 5 or 53 east to Isla Verde and transfer to bus 50 going to the airport.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to/from Ocean Park or Isla Verde – take bus 5 or 53 (75¢).
  • to Condado, the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, or Isla Grande Airport – take bus 21 or 53 east (75¢).
  • to Miramar – take bus 5 east (75¢) or the Metrobus Express (50¢).

Traveling by bus from Pan American Pier / Convention Center / Isla Grande Airport

  • to San Juan International Airport – take bus 53 east to Isla Verde then transfer to 50 to the airport.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • to Ocean Park or Isla Verde – take bus 53 east (75¢).
  • to Old San Juan, its cruise piers, or Condado – take bus 21 or 53 (75¢).
  • to Miramar – take bus 21 to Condado and transfer to bus 5.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).

Getting to the Plaza Las Americas shopping mall

(ROUTES 10, 17, 22, & 40 TO GET TO PLAZA LAS AMERICAS WERE SUSPENDED AUGUST 2015)

  • from Old San Juan & its cruise piers, the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, Isla Grande Airport, or Miramar, take the Metrobus Express to Sagrado Corazon Station and transfer to bus 22.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.25 (50¢ + 75¢).
  • from Condado, take bus 21 east to Sagrado Corazon Station and transfer to bus 22.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • from Ocean Park or Isla Verde, take bus 5 west to Condado, transfer to bus 10 or 21, ride to Sagrado Corazon Station, and transfer to bus 22.  Due to the transfers, the regular tourist rate will be $2. 25 (75¢ x 3).
  • from the San Juan International Airport, take bus 40 south and transfer to bus 17 at Pinero Station.  Due to the transfer, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).

Getting to the San Juan Train Station –

Tren Urbano

  • from Old San Juan & its cruise piers, the Pan American Pier, Puerto Rico Convention Center, Isla Grande Airport, or Miramar, take the Metrobus Express (ME) to Sagrado Corazon Station (50¢).
  • from Condado, take bus 21 east to Sagrado Corazon Station (75¢).
  • from Ocean Park or Isla Verde, take bus 5 west to Condado, transfer to bus 21, and ride to Sagrado Corazon Station.  Due to the transfers, the regular tourist rate will be $1.50 (75¢ x 2).
  • from the San Juan International Airport, take bus 50 north and transfer to bus 5 in Isla Verde.  Take bus 5 west to Condado, transfer to bus 21, and ride to Sagrado Corazon Station.  Due to the transfers, the regular tourist rate will be $2. 25 (75¢ x 3).

 

AMA-Metrobus Bus Routes Map & Schedules for San Juan

We have our done our best to provide you with quality images of the official DTOP Map of Bus Routes, Stops (PARADA’s) & more and the AMA Bus Schedules.  Click “Enlarge” for easier viewing and printable images.

Bus schedule Spanish to English translations:

  • Ruta – Number / I.D. of bus
  • Trayectoria – route followed / stops
  • Lunes a Viernes – Monday through Friday
  • Primer Viaje – first trip time of the day
  • Ultimo Viaje – the last trip time of the day
  • Frecuencia Minutos – the time between trips

Disclaimer: We do our best to provide you with up to date information.  It was up to date as of June 2017.  

Source: Autoridad Metropolitana de Autobuses (AMA)

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Ground Transportation | Discover Puerto Rico

When it comes to helping your group experience the warmth and beauty of Puerto Rico, ground transportation is an essential part of planning logistics.

The island is small, 100 miles long by 35 miles wide, so getting around is fairly simple in most instances. It takes about hours hours to drive from end to end and around eight hours to drive around the island — unless you hit rush hour in the San Juan metro area, that is!

If your group is staying in San Juan, options for getting around include taxi, Uber, buses, and Tren Urbano (light rail). There are also a variety of private shuttle rentals and local tour company options for groups who require customized travel arrangements. If your group is leaving the metro area, choosing to rent a car, van, or bus (depending on group size) will greatly simplify your travel.

Solutions can vary based on group size and itinerary, so if you need help from local experts, contact the Group Sales Team at Discover Puerto Rico to get tips, recommendations, and other local insights.

Car Rental

Most major car rental companies have a presence in Puerto Rico. Hertz, Avis/Budget, Enterprise, Alamo, Thrifty, National, and others are conveniently located at Luis Muñoz Marín International Airport in San Juan.

A plethora of other companies located nearby — Sixt, Allied, U-Save, E-Z, Popular, Charlie Car Rental, and others — will provide shuttle service connecting the airport and the car rental office.

Rental cars are already equipped with AutoExpreso stickers, which is a prepaid service for paying tolls that is more convenient than stopping to pay each toll with cash. The car rental company will add a surcharge to the renter for tolls after the car is returned.

Bus or Shuttle Rentals

Bus rentals are a great way to transport a larger group around the island. There are several companies that offer rentals of buses and vans, including VIP Limo, Gray Line Puerto Rico, and GO Puerto Rico Shuttle.

Taxis

At the Airport

Upon exiting the airport terminals, travelers will see an organized line of taxicabs waiting to serve. Airport staff will assist in figuring out the pre-fixed fare — depending on the destination — and provide that information before travelers enter the cab. Note that luggage, number of passengers, and tolls may increase fares in some cases. Taxis accept credit cards but must be informed upon requesting the service. 

Around the Island

As with any destination, the frequency of taxis is much higher in larger cities than in rural areas. Taxicabs may be hailed anywhere, but there are areas where it’s better to call the cab company to arrange a ride rather than waiting for one to pass by.

Uber

With more than 4,000 drivers on the island, wait times in areas that offer service are generally shorter than 10 minutes. However, travelers will find more consistent service in the San Juan metro area and in the southern city of Ponce than in many other areas. Don’t expect to find much available outside of larger cities. 

Bus and Light Rail

Public transportation is available throughout the San Juan metro area. The Department of Transportation and Public Works (DTOP) has designed a network of 30 bus routes throughout the whole metro area, including Toa Baja, Cataño, Bayamón, Guaynabo, San Juan, and Carolina. A light rail line (Tren Urbano) connects three municipalities (San Juan, Guaynabo, and Bayamón).

Bus fare is 75¢, while one Tren Urbano trip costs $1.50. In order to use either buses or the train, passengers need to purchase a transit pass at any Tren Urbano station. Exact fare, day-, weekly-, and monthly-unlimited passes are available. Transfers from train to bus and vice versa within two hours are free.

Regular buses operate from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekdays, and from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Saturdays and holidays. Metrobus buses (routes I and II, and Express) operate daily from 4:30 a.m. to 10 p.m.

How to get to Puerto Rico cheaply

How to get to Puerto Rico, what are the ways to get there, how to get the best route to Puerto Rico, and, finally, how to do it the cheapest way — these questions are asked by millions of travelers from all over the world every year when selecting offers in Puerto Rico. Obviously, airfare to Puerto Rico alone won’t solve the problem, so we’ve put together some useful information about routes, options, and means of transport that you’ll need when planning your trip to Puerto Rico. Check out our material below, use the quick links and search to find out how you can get to Puerto Rico by air or land. With the help of our search, in which the prices of all vehicles and types and types are sorted into tabs, it will be very easy for you to choose the best option based on any requirements you set. For your convenience, we have created a separate tab with combinations of different types of vehicles.

General tips: Puerto Rico — how to get there cheaper

No matter how difficult or simple your route in Puerto Rico is, experienced travelers always have some practical advice. With their help, you can not only lay the best route, but also save a lot of money. Among the most popular rules, it is worth highlighting the following:

  1. Flexibility in choosing dates is the main secret of saving. Puerto Rico or any other country will always cost you less if you prepare for it in advance. The choice of days of the week to travel here, as well as the length of time before departure, will be a factor in determining the cost. Therefore, try to watch different days and book tickets in advance.
  2. Flexibility in the choice of stations, airports and train stations. Puerto Rico is a large country with many international and regional stations and airports. It follows from this that there can be many routes both in Puerto Rico and within the country. Of course, not all of them will make sense in practice, but still, docking and combinations of different types of vehicles should at least be considered in order to save either time or money, or both.
  3. Now you can compare not only the cost of a ticket, but also the type of transportation. Do not rush to buy the first ticket to Puerto Rico that comes across. There are countless offers on the web right now. Buy from reliable suppliers or operators. Airinme is here to help, because our search will show you routes to Puerto Rico by all possible ways and types of vehicles. Having chosen the best offer, we will simply direct you to the booking page of the selling site. A new window opens and the best price without markup is on your screen.
  4. Round-trip tickets will sometimes be cheaper, so if you know the time of your stay in Puerto Rico, then it is worth comparing the cost of round-trip tickets with a fixed date.
  5. By subscribing to news, special offers and accumulating bonus points, you can learn about new or seasonal directions of carriers and travel at a discount or almost for free.

All ways to get to Puerto Rico

Regardless of the type of transportation and type of vehicle, we will always help you find the best and most convenient route at the best price. The site contains all the methods and options for transportation from airplanes to trains with buses and, in some cases, sharing services. You no longer need to compare options by manually exploring dozens of sites — Airinme will select the route and do all the work for you. How to get to Puerto Rico is up to you. On the page of search results for routes and offers, our work ends, the further choice is always yours.

Get to Puerto Rico by train

Use the search to see options for transportation with trains. On the search results page, the train tab will show the minimum ticket price for the route with trains.

Getting to Puerto Rico by Bus

Whether you are traveling to Puerto Rico direct or connecting, you will most likely need a bus. In our search, we combined both direct bus routes and offers where bus travel takes only part of the route.

We get through different cities

The links below are selected based on possible connections in different cities of Puerto Rico. Use filters to include the desired stations or airport terminals, or vice versa to filter them out.

How long does it take to get to Puerto Rico

How long does it take to get to Puerto Rico depends on many parameters such as mode of transport, route and connections. However, if we take as a basis the message between the capital, then the fastest way will take 14 hours 55 minutes with departure from St. Petersburg (LED) and arrival in San Juan (SJU).

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