Vaccine Pop-Up Sites

​​​Free COVID-19 Vaccine at Broward County Transit Bus Terminals

Visit one of the Broward County Transit pop-up sites to get your free first or second dose of the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine. No appointment or insurance is needed. You will receive a free 31-day bus pass, valued at $70, valid for unlimited rides for 31 consecutive days. Please see below to learn more about the dates and times that you can receive your vaccine.​

Broward County Transit and the County Administration Office partnered with the Florida Department of Health in Broward County (DOH-Broward) to kick off the County's initiative #HotVaccSummer by launching vaccination pop-up sites at select bus terminals. On select dates through August 14, 2021, DOH-Broward will be providing free Pfizer COVID-19 vaccinations to individuals 12 years and older (12 -17 years of age require parental consent). No appointments or insurance are required, and the vaccines are open to the public. ​


Below, please find the full schedule of these events to receive a dose of the vaccine. On-site, there will be DOH-Broward staff and signage to help direct you to the vaccination area.

Broward Central Terminal

101 NW 1st Ave, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301

July 29th, 30th & 31st: 2:30 – 7PM


Plantation West Regional Terminal

100 N Pine Island Road, Plantation FL 33324

August 12th, 13th & 14th: 2:30 – 7PM


31-Day Bus pass when you get one dose

After receiving either your first or second dose of the vaccine at one of the participating bus terminals, present your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card at the Broward County Transit table to receive a 31-day adult bus pass.

To activate your bus pass, board the bus and insert it into the farebox. The activated date and end date will print on the back of the card. Unlimited rides for 31 consecutive dates start the first day the card is swiped on the bus. Learn More Here.


  1. Find your station and check the dates. There is no appointment necessary. However, please check the dates and times for each location to ensure we will be there when you plan to visit.

  2. Check-in at the DOH-Broward registration table. Insurance is not required.

  3. After you have checked in, a nurse will meet you to answer any questions you may have and administer the vaccine. Here you will receive your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card.

  4. After administration of the vaccine, a 15-minute observation period is required. For those with a history of allergic reactions, you may be required to wait up to 30 minutes.

  5. Present your COVID-19 Vaccination Record Card to the Broward County Transit Representative. Once the information on the card is verified, you will receive a 31-day bus pass.

    *Passes are available only to individuals who receive a shot on that day—one pass per person per dose of vaccine.

Learn more about the COVID-19 vaccine from our partners here.