Tri-Rail is in the building of the historic Seaboard Train Station.
If you're heading to Fort Lauderdale in your own boat (not that unlikely here), head for the Bahia Mar Resort & Yachting Center. This full service marina has over 200 slips, plus restaurants, hotels and shops.
Runs between Miami and Fort Lauderdale (one way $5, 45 minutes). A feeder system of buses has connections at no charge. Free parking is provided at most stations.
This handy new service shuttles folk back and forth along the beach (north of Las Olas) and east-west along Las Olas itself. The downtown loop is free.
Near the Yamato Rd exit of I-95 and provides shuttle services to both airports. Palm Tran bus 94 connects downtown Boca with the Tri-Rail station.
Operates between downtown, the beach and Port Everglades. The fare is $2 for adults, $1 for seniors and children; an all-day pass is $5.
Port Everglades cruise port is considered one of the busiest ports in the world, accommodating both cruise ships and containers.
About three miles west of downtown West Palm Beach. Can be a good alternative gateway to the south Florida region.
A viable gateway airport to the Florida region, located 21 miles north of Downtown Miami.
At the intersection of A St. Palm Tran bus 61 connects the station to downtown.