- The SuperShuttle, a shared-ride van, is available 24/7.
- Other on-demand shared-ride shuttle services providers are Yellow Cab 561-689-2222, Go Towncar 561-684-9900, Go Airport Shuttle 61-242-6444 & Imperial Transportation 561-689-3663 - no reservation needed. Service is at the ground transportation desks on east & west ends of level one (Baggage Claim) of the terminal.
Palm Tran public buses (tel. 561-841-4200 or open: www.pbcgov.com/palmtran ) - routes 40 & 44 stop at the Terminal's outer curb, level one of the terminal (route maps are inside theTerminal) - buses run between Airport & West Palm Beach's combined Tri Rail, Amtrak & Greyhound station located at 203 South Tamarind Avenue. From that station you can continue taking one of the following transportation means:
Tri-Rail (tel. 1-800-874-7245 or open: www.tri-rail.com) - reached via ' Palm Tran' shuttle at West Palm Beach Tri-Rail station (203 South Tamarind Avenue) - takes you to Miami, with many stops in between. A free non-stop Tri-Rail shuttle will take you from the Airport to the West Palm Beach Tri-Rail station.
For more Tri-Rail info (schedule, map) visit: www.tri-rail.com/palm-beach-international-airport-shuttle-bus.
Amtrak (tel. 1-800-872-7245 or open www.amtrak.com) - reached by the Palm shuttle - departs from the West Palm Beach Amtrak Station at 201 South Tamarind Avenue in West Palm Beach.
NOTE: The 'Brightline's - 'All Aboard Florida' train service between Miami & West Palm Beach: The West Palm Beach station has been completed, while limited passenger rail service and the start of track work on phase 2 of the project are to be completed up to year-end 2017.