New High-Speed Miami Rail Service Will Be Ready In 2014

New High-Speed Miami Rail Service Will Be Ready In 2014

A high-speed rail service between downtown Miami and Orlando is well on the way to being created.  The privately funded high-speed service, estimated at costing around $1 billion and being ready for 2014 will consist of a fast, hourly rail service that passengers can use from downtown Miami through to Orlando, Florida East Coast Officials have outlined.

The project, All Aboard Florida, will not only revolutionize travel between Miami and Orlando but also promises to transform a patch of down-town Miami which has long been left vacant and seen better days as well as providing intermediate stops along the main route in West Palm Beach as well as Fort Lauderdale thereby bettering the transport in many districts. A new landmark station will be built by the FECI as well as operating the new train service.  In an historic move the new station site will be built on the original train station that was built by Henry Flagler and is attributed to giving rose to the iconic city of Miami. History aside, whilst the new site will pay homage to the history of the area the new trains themselves will be technologically advanced, all being equipped with WiFi, and provide a fast service and ‘quality’ in-train meal for the journey.

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