Tri-Rail Makes Transportation Easy


Let's start with what could be the best thing about Tri-Rail - affordable fares. A one-way starts as low as $2.50, while weekend and holiday fares are just $5 to ride all day, and children under 5 ride free. With those deals, we’re sure you’re asking, “So, where’s the closest station?”
There are six stations in The Palm Beaches, close to the finest entertainment districts and many top hotels. Go aboard the rails in Boca Raton, Boynton Beach, Delray Beach, Lake Worth, Mangonia Park, and West Palm Beach. Further down the line, Tri-Rail has 12 stations total in Broward and Miami-Dade Counties.
Use Tri-Rail to Discover Our Cities
All six Tri-Rails stops in The Palm Beaches have shuttles running on a schedule to surrounding corridors, and the ability to access the Palm Beach County’s Palm Tran bus service or other free local trollies. Take for instance, the train station in downtown West Palm Beach. You can disembark the train, hop on the free downtown trolley, and have a cocktail in hand in either CityPlace or on Clematis Street . . . in just a few minutes.
Airport Transport, No Problem
When traveling through any of the three major South Florida airports, take a roundtrip via Tri-Rail. The train offers free, simple connections to Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), as well as Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood International and Miami International. Don’t worry about your bags, as there are luggage racks on every train.
More Information on Tri-Rail
To learn more about schedules, fares, stations, trip planning, and more, visit the Tri-Rail website.

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