The express passenger rail will have a stop in West Palm Beach, but none of the stations are cheap. "All Aboard Florida" plans to spend 29-million-dollars on the West Palm station and 30-million in Fort Lauderdale and 150-million in Miami. It's all tied to a bond sale. The Palm Beach Post reports they've reviewed the documents. Those documents include estimated ridership and ticket prices. The one hour trip from Miami to West Palm Beach will cost you 30-dollars in the first year. Busiiness Class will be $36.60. All Aboard Florida expects to be running 32 trains per day in 2016. Total construction costs are estimated at 795 million dollars.