There is lots of convenient transportation in and around downtown West Palm Beach. Here’s our guide to getting around in CityPlace and on Clematis.
Riding one of Molly’s Trolleys is a great way to explore downtown West Palm Beach without tons of walking between Clematis Street and CityPlace.
There are two routes you can take: the Yellow Line and the Green Line. Both routes are free of charge as well as handicap accessible. Grab the Yellow Line for travel between City Place and Clematis Street at the stop marker in front of Macy's on Rosemary Avenue- seven days a week starting at 11 AM and going until at least 9 PM. The Yellow Line stops on Clematis can be found in the center of each block from Rosemary Avenue to Flagler Drive, with trollies running until 11 PM Thursday until Saturday. The trolley is great because it makes it easy to catch a movie in CityPlace and then head to Clematis for drinks or something afterward. Catch the Green Line if you are coming to West Palm Beach using the Tri-Rail and you'd like to check out the downtown area.
Ride-Share And Car Services
You won’t have any trouble hailing an Uber or a Lyft while you’re hanging out in downtown West Palm Beach. The wait times are low and traffic in the area is never too bad, especially when compared to other cities.
SkyBikes are a convenient recent addition to West Palm Beach. Bikes are available around the clock and in multiple locations, including the Brightline train station, around West Palm Beach. You can Rent a bike at one station and return it at another official location. Using the on-board computer, mobile app, kiosk, smart card, or by calling customer service.