Palm Tran is striving to ensure that its network of bus routes is as efficient as possible
through
the Route Performance Maximization (RPM) project. 

RPM Outreach Events and Meetings

The RPM will conclude with a comprehensive redesigned network of bus service projected to begin by Fall 2018.

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What is Route Performance Maximization (RPM)?


Palm Tran's first overhaul of the entire network is projected to launch in the Fall of 2018.

Through input from the public, the Palm Tran Service Board and the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners, an improved bus network will be developed.  Prior to the implementation of any changes, Palm Tran will seek public input to hear from our customers.

The RPM is an effort to maximize service efficiencies to current and future customers.  Some routes will be adjusted to improve their coverage and efficiency.  Frequencies will also be adjusted on some routes.

Palm Tran will simplify our routes and make service more direct so the network will work better together to provide more connection to the destinations you need.

Click here for the Route Performance Maximization FAQs

RPM Benefits


• Improved Travel Times
• More Direct Service
• Better Customer Experience

Project Timeline




April: Introducing the RPM to the public with public meetings, information on our website and social media pages.

May & June: Independent consultants hired to review and evaluate the proposed changes.  Changes will be discussed in public outreach meetings where your input is needed. 
Plan to attend a public meeting during this time!  Check back often for meeting dates and locations.

June: Presentation to the Palm Tran Service Board (PTSB) for approval of the RPM.

July: Presentation to the Palm Beach County Board of County Commissioners (BCC) for approval of the RPM.

July-August: Palm Tran staff will make final preparations to ensure the RPM changeover will be as seamless as possible for our riders.

September 30, 2018: Projected date the RPM improvements will begin!

The Proposals   Coming Soon!

​Main Corridors
Palm Tran's main corridor routes include Routes 1, 2, 3, 4 and Route 1 The Bolt
​North County
The north county area goes from Indiantown Rd in Jupiter to Palm Beach Lakes Blvd in West Palm Beach, and include Routes 10, 20, 21, 30, 31 and 33.
​Central County
Central county is Palm Tran's largest area and consists of the most routes.  Central county starts at Downtown & suburban West Palm Beach, ending on Melaleuca Ln in Lake Worth.  Routes include 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 49, 52, 60, 61, 62, 63 and 64.
​Glades Region
The Glades Region consists of the City of Belle Glade up to the City of Pahokee to the north.
Routes 47 and 48 in the Glades area are included in this region.
​South County
The south county region begins at Lantana Rd and ends just south of the Palm Beach County line in Broward County.  This region includes Routes 70, 71, 73, 80, 81, 91, 92 and 94.

Contact Us


Contact us if you have any questions regarding the RPM.

Senior Planner
Steve Anderson
(561) 841-4246
sanderson@pbcgov.org

Palm Tran RPM Customer Service
(561) 841-4319
palm-rpm@pbcgov.org