Mangonia Park station

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Mangonia Park
Tri-Rail commuter rail station
Location 1415 45th Street
Mangonia Park, Florida[1]
United States
Coordinates 26°45′30″N 80°04′35″W / 26.758383°N 80.076459°W / 26.758383; -80.076459Coordinates: 26°45′30″N 80°04′35″W / 26.758383°N 80.076459°W / 26.758383; -80.076459
Owned by SFRTA
Operated by SFRTA
Platforms 2 side platforms[1]
Tracks 2[1]
Connections Bus transport Palm Tran: 20, 31, 33[1]
Structure type At-grade[1]
Parking 273 spaces[1]
Bicycle facilities Yes[1]
Disabled access Yes[1]
Other information
Fare zone 1
Website Magnolia Park Station
Opened October 28, 1998[2]
Preceding station   Tri-Rail logo.svg SFRTA   Following station
Main Line Terminus
  Future services  
toward MiamiCentral
Downtown Miami Link (2017) Terminus

Mangonia Park is a Tri-Rail commuter rail station in Mangonia Park, Florida. This is the system's northernmost station. The station is located on 45th Street (CR 702), just west of Australian Avenue (CR 704A). There are 273 parking spaces at the station.[1]


The Mangonia Park station was opened on October 28, 1996 along a former Seaboard Air Line Railroad line, and was the first station to serve the community.[2]

Every January, Palm Beach County Public School safety patrol boards charter an Amtrak train at the station for their annual trip to Washington, D.C.[citation needed] The train operates with a Silver Meteor consist plus several Horizon coaches. On the days this train operates, the northbound or southbound Silver Meteors are actually canceled since the train uses the equipment that would normally be used for those runs.[citation needed] This is the only time an Amtrak operated train stops at this station.[3]

Transit connections[edit]

Mangonia Park is served by routes 20, 31, and 33 of Palm Tran, the county bus system.[1] These buses serve The Gardens Mall, Downtown West Palm Beach, the VA Medical Center,[2] and Cross County Plaza.


  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j South Florida Regional Transportation Authority. "Magnolia Park Station" (PDF). Retrieved December 28, 2015. 
  2. ^ a b c "Vets Factored Into Tri-rail Plans". Sun-Sentinel. Fort Lauderdale, Florida. August 14, 1996. Retrieved December 28, 2015. 
  3. ^ FloridaTrainKid (January 20, 2010). "Two Interesting January South Florida Trains". YouTube. Retrieved January 24, 2010. 

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