ALL ABOARD MIAMI TO ORLANDODecember 21, 2015
The train that will be from Miami to Orlando, with connection in Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. The service is scheduled to start in mid-2017. Featuring food, drinks, affordable rates and comfortable seats.
MIAMI MiamiCentral station will be located at NW 1st Ave between NW 3rd Street and NW 8th Street. There will also be a 2-acre multi-use gateway complex, 3 MiamiCentral, in Historic Overtown at the corner of NW 2nd Avenue and NW 6th Street to include mixed-use development with retail, commercial and parking
FORT LAUDERDALE The Downtown Fort Lauderdale station will be located at NW 2nd Avenue, between Broward Boulevard and NW 4th Street.
WEST PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach will be one of the first cities to enjoy service when trips to and from Miami begin in 2017. Full service between Miami and Orlando — with stops in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale — will start soon after.
In the meantime, All Aboard Florida will continue with improvements to the Florida East Coast Railway track and new construction of a track parallel to State Road 528 between Cocoa and Orlando.
Service to and from Orlando is expected to begin in 2017. The new rail station in Orlando will be located adjacent to Orlando International Airport as part of its new Inter-modal Transportation Center.
V-Shaped concrete columns.
V-shaped concrete columns will be featured early next year at the sites of the All Aboard Florida passenger train stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, where the 50-foot-tall columns eventually will become glowing downtown landmarks.
The lighting of the V-shaped columns will serve as a visual guide to train arrivals and other activity at the Brightline train stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach as well as in Miami.
V – Shaped photo from The Real Deal South Florida