Use the six stations in The Palm Beaches to explore cities and find things to do. Tri-Rail is an easy, affordable way to travel throughout South Florida by using the 18 train stations.
Going from West Palm Beach to Boca Raton, Tri-Rail’s six stations in The Palm Beaches are close to various entertainment districts. The train also serves Palm Beach International Airport, along with both Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood and Miami International Airports.
Ticket to Ride
Find fares as low as $2.50 one-way, and even ride all-day on throughout South Florida on weekends . . . for only $5. Large groups are welcomed, when it’s 25 or more, Tri-Rail offers a 15% fare discount.
Fly In, Ride Up
When arriving at the two other South Florida airports serving The Palm Beaches – Miami International Airport (MIA) or Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International (FLL) – relax by taking Tri-Rail. MIA has a station right in the airport, or from FLL cruise by free shuttle to the Dania Beach station. When flying in locally via Palm Beach International Airport (PBI), a free shuttle serves the West Palm Beach station.
Station to Station
It’s easy going in The Palm Beaches with six stations located near downtowns, entertainment districts, hotels, and of course, those free connector shuttles to your airport of choice.
Mangonia Park Station
1415 45th Street, West Palm Beach
The northern most station for Tri-Rail, a short distance from Interstate 95, the Ballpark of The Palm Beaches and Northwood Entertainment District.
West Palm Beach Station
203 South Tamarind Avenue, West Palm Beach
Located on the western side of downtown West Palm Beach. Ride the complimentary trolley to stops throughout the Clematis Street District, CityPlace, waterfront venues, and within walking distance of the Palm Beach County Convention Center.
Lake Worth Station
1703 Lake Worth Road, Lake Worth
Shuttle to businesses and government offices along Congress Avenue. While, the Downtown Lake Worth Entertainment District isn’t too far away. Connecting to the district is easy with a terrific selection of transportation options.
2800 High Ridge Road, Boynton Beach
Let Tri-Rail be your designated driver – use this stop for a visit to the celebrated Due South Brewing Company. Also, nearby are major shopping locales along Congress Avenue – all part of the Boynton Beach Entertainment District.
345 South Congress Ave, Delray Beach
Board the free Downtown Roundabout Trolley for travels to famed Atlantic Avenue. It has scheduled stops in front of hotels, Delray Beach Tennis Center, Old School Square, bistros, stores, and best of all . . . the beach.
680 Yamato Road, Boca Raton
The southernmost station in The Palm Beaches. Five different shuttle routes serve locations both east and west, including Glades Road Entertainment District, Town Center mall, hotels, and Lynn University.