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Boynton Beach station

Coordinates: 26°33′14″N 80°04′14″W / 26.553787°N 80.070575°W / 26.553787; -80.070575
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Boynton Beach
SFRTA Tri-Rail commuter rail station
General information
Location2800 High Ridge Road
Boynton Beach, Florida
Coordinates26°33′14″N 80°04′14″W / 26.553787°N 80.070575°W / 26.553787; -80.070575
Line(s)South Florida Rail Corridor
Platforms2 side platforms
ConnectionsLocal Transit Palm Tran: 70, 71
Other information
Fare zone2
OpenedDecember 18, 1989[1]
Preceding station Tri-Rail Following station
Delray Beach Tri-Rail Lake Worth Beach
Future services
Preceding station Tri-Rail Following station
Delray Beach Red Line
Lake Worth Beach

Boynton Beach station is a Tri-Rail commuter rail station in Boynton Beach, Florida. It is located off High Ridge Road, north of Gateway Boulevard and west of Interstate 95, on a side street leading from High Ridge Road known as Northwest Commerce Park Drive. It officially opened to service on December 18, 1989,[1] and was remodeled in 2003. Parking is available at this station at the dead end of Northwest Commerce Park Drive, which loops in front of the station and has a bus lane along the loop.

Station layout[edit]

The station has two side platforms, as well as a parking lot and bus loop to the west of the southbound platform. Access to the northbound platform is via an overpass above the tracks.


  1. ^ a b Wallace, Debra L. (December 19, 1989). "Boynton Beach Tri-Rail station opens". Sun-Sentinel. p. 3B. Retrieved April 12, 2021 – via Newspapers.com. Open access icon

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