Palm Beach County

Information on grade crossing closures are listed below for Palm Beach county. Please check this page daily for updates on temporary closures and detours.

AFTER HOURS EMERGENCY HOTLINE NUMBER 

Ali Soule, AAF Public Affairs Manager, 407-257-1838
John Blaine, HNTB Construction Manager, 904-349-7992
Florida East Coast Railway, 1 (800) 342-1131 (Press 1 to report a railroad emergency in the State of Florida)

  • Datura Street
    Monday, January 5, 2015 12:00 AM - Permanent
  • Evernia Street
    Monday, January 5, 2015 12:00 AM - Permanent
  • Brightline to Continue Upgrading Signal System on FEC Railway
    Wednesday, July 26, 2017 12:01 AM - Sunday, July 30, 2017 11:59 PM

    What: Brightline will continue to make upgrades to the signal system within the FEC Railway through West Palm Beach.

    While the signal update is underway, off-duty officers and safety personnel will be stationed at the crossings to ensure the safety of motorists and pedestrians. The safety personnel will protect these crossings by “flagging” or blocking the grade crossings prior to the train arrival, as the train traverses the crossing and until it is safely past the crossing.

    Safety is Brightline’s top priority, and the company encourages the public to adhere to the laws and regulations as they interact with the railway.

    Where: The following crossings will be impacted: 3rd Street, Banyan Boulevard, Clematis Street, Fern Street, Gardenia Street, Hibiscus Street, Okeechobee Boulevard (eastbound and westbound), Palm Street, Park Place, Flamingo Drive, Claremore Drive, Ardemore Drive, Westwood Road, Belvedere Road, Hamilton Street, Monceaux Road, Hampton Road, Avenida Hermosa, El Vedado, Monroe Drive, Roseland Drive, Nottingham Boulevard, Bunker Road, Hunter Avenue and Forest Hill Boulevard/SR 882

    When: Wednesday, July 26 through Sunday, July 30

    Certain crossings will be flagged 24 hours

    Please note that the timing of these upgrades are subject to change due to construction and weather-associated impacts.