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Palm Tran

Palm Tran is the regional bus service for Palm Beach County. Palm Tran offers frequent and convenient service in and around the City of Boynton Beach, City Hall, and to and from the Tri-Rail station.

Routes servicing Boynton Beach are 1, 2, 3, 70, 71, and 73.
Route/map and fare information can be found online.

Bicycles on Palm Tran Buses
Palm Tran's “Bikes on Buses” Program offers bike racks on the front of every bus.  

More questions? visit www.palmtran.org or call 561-841-4BUS / 877-930-4BUS (4287)​


Tri-Rail
Tri-Rail is South Florida’s tri-county commuter rail system, which operates 18 stations along the I-95 corridor of Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Counties. Tri-Rail services the City of Boynton Beach with a station at I-95 and Gateway Boulevard. City Hall and Utilities employees can ride Palm Tran’s Route 70 from the Tri-Rail station for easy connections to work.
 

Employer Discount Program (EDP)
The City of Boynton Beach is a member of Tri-Rail’s Employer Discount Program (EDP), which enables city employees to purchase monthly or 12-trip passes at a 25% discount. Click here to complete your online EDP registration to qualify you to purchase your discounted Tri-Rail pass.

Bicycles on Tri-Rail
Tri-Rail allows bicycles in each train car and offers complimentary Bicycle Lockers (with a refundable $20 deposit) at most train stations. For more information, click here.

Call 800-TRI-RAIL (874-7245) / 954-783-6030


Bright Line

South Florida’s new high-speed train does not stop in Boynton Beach, but it is a car-free option for traveling from West Palm Beach to Fort Lauderdale, and eventually to Miami and Orlando. The train travels up to 79 mph on the Florida East Coast Railway tracks just west of Federal Highway. Please use extra caution when crossing the tracks.