Palm Tran is the regional bus service for Palm Beach County with service throughout Palm Beach County. Palm Tran offers frequent, convenient service to and around the downtown West Palm Beach area. Routes are subject to changes so it is always recommended to check current schedules. For more detailed route information and current schedules, click here and select from the Palm Tran directory or call (561) 841-4287
The West Palm Beach Intermodal bus transfer center, adjacent to the Tri-Rail station, provides greater service options and frequency for downtown commuters. The intermodal facility also connects commuters with Amtrak Trains, Greyhound Buses and the free Trolley service operated by the City of West Palm Beach. Funding for the construction of the new West Palm Beach Intermodal Transit Center was provided by the Florida Department of Transportation.
Palm Tran offers the following fares: Single Fare, Quick Pass Unlimited Day Pass and a 31-day Unlimited Pass. Find out more about current fares.
If you are thinking about riding your bicycle to catch the bus, Palm Tran has installed bicycle racks on the front of each bus. For more information click here.
Plan your trip and get real-time bus information on-line in two ways.
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Tri-Rail is a tri-county commuter rail servicing Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach Counties. Trains run every hour and every half hour during peak commute times (week-days). Download the Tri-Rail app and track the train in real time!
Tri-Rail runs 7 days a week, find the schedule here.
Fares vary based on distance traveled, calculate your commute here.
Brightline is a high speed train with connections to Fort Lauderdale and Miami, Brightline’s West Palm Beach station, a 60.000 sq. ft. transportation hub, provides new access to museums, golf courses, wildlife sanctuaries, beaches and entertainment. It’s just steps away from the Government Center, Restoration Hardware Rooftop & Restaurant, Clematis District, The Square, Centennial Park, and more. Purchase your tickets here.
If you use transit to get to work at least three days per week, you may be eligible to enroll in the free GUARANTEED Ride Home (GRH) program. Find out more or register for the GRH program.