Transportation Network

Cape Coral is closely linked by SW Florida's transportation network.

Interstate 75, just minutes away, connects the Cape north to Tampa Bay/St. Petersburg and the Midwest or south to Florida's East Coast, Miami/Ft. Lauderdale and I-95.

Three bridges link Cape Coral with rapid connectors to other parts of the region.  SW Florida International Airport (RSW), just minutes away, connects the Cape to everywhere and boasts Foreign Trade Zone status.  The Cape Coral/College Parkway Bridge is the original bridge linking Cape Coral to the mainland.  This is a toll bridge.  The new Midpoint/Veteran's Parkway/Colonial Bridge is also a toll bridge.  The Downtown Ft. Myers Bridge/via Hancock Parkway is a toll-free bridge.

Lee County offers a transponder, for a small fee, which attaches to your vehicle's windshield.  This enables you to proceed through special lanes at the toll plaza.  The transponder is linked to an account set up in your name, so each time you past through the toll plaza it is automatically deducted from your account.  It also entitles you to special discounts at various times of the day. For information on the toll bridge transponders and/or discount plans available, contact the LeeWay Service Center located at 1366 Colonial Boulevard, Ft. Myers, Florida, 33907, or call (239) 931-0100.

The Lee County Transit System (LeeTrans) offers public transportation between the hours of 6AM and 10PM (excluding Sundays, New Years Day, Memorial Day, and July 4th) in most areas.  LeeTrans runs four daily routes through Cape Coral with stops along four major arteries in the city; Cape Coral Pkwy, Santa Barbara Blvd, Del Prado Blvd, and Country Club Blvd.  Adult fares are $1.  Senior citizens pay only $0.50.  Bus passes are availalbe.  For more information, contact the LeeTran Main Office located at 107 Idlewild Street in Ft. Myers, or call (239) 275-8726.