Delray Beach station
The station in 2013.
|Location||345 South Congress Avenue
Delray Beach, Florida
|Owned by||Palm Beach County|
|Platforms||2 side platforms|
|Opened||August 26, 1991|
|Passengers (2013)||13,280 1.2% (Amtrak)|
Delray Beach station is a train station in Delray Beach, Florida, that is served by Tri-Rail and Amtrak. It is located on South Congress Avenue (SR 807), south of West Atlantic Avenue (SR 806) and east of State Road 9.
The station officially opened in 1991 after legal squabbles and poor access led Tri-Rail to abandon the historic former Seaboard Air Line Railway depot located a few blocks north. Amtrak, which had also been using the old Seaboard depot, moved to the station in 1995. Its Silver Meteor and Silver Star stop at the station, which was remodeled between 2004 and 2006 to accommodate a second track.
|Route #||Route Name||Schedule &
|2||Town Center Mall ↔ VA Medical Center via Congress Ave||
|70||Town Center Mall ↔ Lantana and Lake Worth via Seacrest Blvd||
|81||Delray Beach Crosstown (Federal Highway via Atlantic Avenue, Jog Blvd, and Oriole Blvd)||
- Media related to Delray Beach (Tri-Rail station) at Wikimedia Commons
- Amtrak – Stations – Delray Beach, FL
- South Florida Regional Transportation Authority – Delray Beach station
- Delray Beach Amtrak/Tri-Rail Station (USA Rail Guide – TrainWeb)
- Station from I-95 from Google Maps Street View
- Delray Beach (DLB)--Great American Stations (Amtrak)
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