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TRANSIT

Getting Around FAU by transit is easier than ever!

 

Tri-Rail

Palm Tran

Broward County Transit

Miami-Dade Transit

Transfer Policies

Bikes on Transit

Amtrak

 

 

Tri-Rail

Tri-Rail is the Tri-County commuter rail system. Tri-Rail has 18 stations along the eastern corridor operating from Mangonia Park in Palm Beach County to the Miami Airport in Miami-Dade. The Boca Raton Tri-Rail Station is located on the Westside of I-95 on Yamato Road.

 

Students receive a 50% discount on monthly, roundtrip, and one-way tickets. Click here to view Tri-Rail's discount policy.

 

Faculty & Staff receive a 25% discount on monthly or 12-trip tickets through the Employer Discount Program. Click Here to enroll as an EDP member.

 

Fare

Click Here to calculate your fare.

 

Schedule

The first train arriving in Boca Raton is at 4:32 AM and the last train departs at 10:24 PM. Click Here to view a copy of the Tri-Rail schedule.

 

GET TO THE GAME - FAU FREE Tri-Rail shuttle for OWL Football Games.

 

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Palm Tran

Palm Tran is Palm Beach Countyís public bus system. Palm Tran operates over 30 fixed bus routes in the County, with 5 routes operating in Boca Raton, and two routes serving FAU directly.

 

Fares

Students receive a discount Palm Tran Quick Pass. Click Here to view Palm Tranís fare policy.

 

Route 94: provides a direct connection between the Boca Raton Tri-Rail station and FAU. It also connects with Palm Trans Route 1 and Route 91.

 

Route 91: provides connections to Glades Road, including Town Center Mall. It also connects with Palm Tran's Route 2, Route 3, and Route 92.

 

For a list of all Palm Tran Routes and Schedules, Click Here.

 

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Broward County Transit (BCT)

BCT is Broward County’s public bus system and currently operates one route that travels into Boca Raton. CLICK HERE for step-by-step directions to where you need to go in and around Broward and for connections to Route 10 to Mizner Blvd.

 

Fares
BCT offers various fares and passes. Click Here for more information.

 

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Miami-Dade Transit (MDT)

MDT is Miami-Dade County’s public transit system. MDT offers Metrorail, Metrobus, and Metromover service to bring you to destinations within Miami-Dade County. Click Here for more information on MDT schedules, fares, and passes.

The easiest way to plan your trip on MDT is through Google Transit! Click Here to obtain your Google step-by-step transit directions!

 

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Transfer Policies

Each agency has different transfer policies, enabling you to use a combination of bus and train services to get you to your destination. Be sure to check the websites of the transit systems you plan to use for information regarding their policies, or contact South Florida Commuter Services at 1-800-234-RIDE (7433) for more information.

 

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Bikes on Transit

Click Here for more information.

 

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Amtrak

Amtrak is a nationwide train system that allows you to affordably get from one city or state to the next. It is a great option if you want to visit family or friends in a different city or state, for a weekend, or a long vacation! It costs an average of just $40 round trip to travel from Deerfield Beach, Delray Beach or West Palm Beach to Orlando or Tampa! To book your trip and learn more, Click Here

 

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Visit South Florida Commuter Services at www.1800234RIDE.com
or call 1-800-234-RIDE for more information.
South Florida Commuter Services is a program of the Florida Department of Transportation.


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