The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) mask requirement remains in effect for transit riders. Palm Tran, Palm Tran Connection and Go Glades riders must wear masks at all times on the vehicles per federal law. Please continue to monitor palmtran.org and Palm Tran on social media for updates. Thank you and stay safe and well.
Route and schedule information is available on Palm Tran’s Tripplan website or you can call Customer Service for assistance planning your trip at 561-841-4BUS or (toll-free) 877-930-4287.Palm Tran also has a publication called the “Palm Tran Rider’s Guide.” It lists major destinations in the county, and which bus route they are on in addition to the maps and timetables for all Palm Tran routes.
To find locations in the community that distribute Palm Tran bus schedules click here.
Regular full fare (single trip) is $2.00, half fare is $1.00, and children age 8 and under ride free with a fare paying passenger. An unlimited daily pass costs $5 or $3.50 reduced. These passes can be purchased on the bus and you should have exact change ready when boarding because fare boxes do not give change. However, a fare card will be issued for overpayment in excess of $1.00 which can be used towards future rides on Palm Tran..
An unlimited 31-day pass costs $70 or $55 reduced and can be purchased at the Intermodal Transit Center and Palm Tran Connection. You can purchase a $70 unlimited 31-day pass at all Palm Beach County library system branches and Florida Atlantic University Owl Card Center in Boca Raton. For more information on bus fares or to see if you qualify for a half fare /reduced pass call customer service 561-841-4BUS or (toll-free) 877-930-4287.
Buses run 7 days a week, serving more than 3,200 bus stops from Jupiter to Boca Raton and west to the Glades. Generally speaking, weekday peak service runs every 30 minutes, off-peak service runs hourly, and weekend service runs hourly on most routes
Palm Tran provides service on all holidays with varying levels of service. Click here for the holiday calendar.
Yes. The “Bikes on Buses” (B.O.B.) Program started on July 1, 2000, so you can now put your bike on the rack in front of the bus. There is no additional charge and no permit is required. Buses cannot accommodate mopeds, gas or battery powered motorbikes or scooters of any kind, or tandem bicycles. Portable bikes and scooters (only if secured into a carrying case or bag) are allowed inside the bus. Click here for detailed information on B.O.B.
Palm Tran Connection (a shared ride, door-to-door paratransit service) is available for qualifying individuals who are unable to transport themselves to health care, employment, education, shopping, social activities, or other life-sustaining activities. For eligibility and an application please call 561-649-9838 or (toll-free) 877-870-9849. Palm Tran fixed-route buses travel throughout Palm Beach County and offer a half fare for seniors age 65 and over. Buses can kneel down to curb level, accommodating passengers with special needs. All buses are equipped with wheelchair ramps. Call customer service at 561-841-4BUS or (toll-free) 877-930-4287.
The Transportation Disadvantaged Bus Pass Program is available for low-income households that can provide proof of household income and household size. Call Palm Tran Connection 561-649-9838 or (toll-free) 877-870-9849 for more information.
Palm Tran has several convenient park-and-ride locations for riders to utilize. There is no additional charge to park in one of these lots. Call customer service for specific location information 561-841-4BUS or (toll-free) 877-930-4287. Parking is also available at Tri-Rail stations. Click here to find a park-and-ride location nearest you.
Register with Palm Tran Connection for the Special Transportation Assistance Program by calling 561-649-9848 or (toll-free) 877-870-9849 for an application