Is Miami Dade Transit down - November, 2022?
No Miami Dade Transit problems reported in the last 24 hours
This chart shows the number of Miami Dade Transit outages/problems reported by users in the past 24 hours. All data in the chart is in the UTC time zone.
Are you experiencing issues with Miami Dade Transit right now?
Is miamidade.gov not working for you? If you are having issues with Miami Dade Transit, please use one of the options below to report a problem with the service
21 Nov 2022 - 09:27
20 Nov 2022 - 19:38
15 Nov 2022 - 00:03
14 Nov 2022 - 16:12
13 Nov 2022 - 02:50
10 Nov 2022 - 15:51
03 Nov 2022 - 02:31
This table shows the miamidade.gov outage requests and response browser checks executed automatically by the IsDownStatus.com service. All data in the table is in the UTC time zone. If Miami Dade Transit is down or slow for you. You can try using a VPN service(to try from a different location) and also check the Tips below
Tips if Miamidade.gov is not working
Your Device - Try to access the website/service from a different device or network. It's recommended to try restarting your device (computer, phone, or tablet).
Browser Cache - Clear browser cache by refreshing the page. That can be done by pressing Ctrl + F5 (PC) or Cmd + Shift and then press R (Mac).
Browser Cookies - Clear temporary/recent cookies.
Incognito Mode - try to view the webpage in private/incognito mode. All temporary cache and cookies will be automatically disabled.
Restart your router - if other websites or apps are showing issues or are slow, try restarting your router.
Blocked Access - in some instances the resource you are trying to access might be blocked by your ISP provider. In this case, try accessing the webpage from a different IP address by using a VPN service.
Firewall and Antivirus - sometimes Firewall and Antivirus software might block access to specific websites or services. You can temporarily disable them to check if that solves the problem.
DNS Cache - Clear your DNS cache (Google for how-to instructions). All OS systems (Mac, Windows, Linux) save name resolution information into the DNS cache to speed things up. The data stored might be too old or invalid.