Miami-Orlando Train Service on Track to Roll in 2015

11:19 am
Tue March 19, 2013

Miami-Orlando Train Service on Track to Roll in 2015

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Originally announced in March 2012, All Aboard Florida service was expected to launch in 2014. The start date has been moved back to 2015. Aside from the delay, the project is on track. The company’s $1 billion plan features 16 round trips a day from early morning to late evening with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach — with service possibly starting in late 2015. Trains would run hourly and each one-way trip would take about three hours.
Miami has Little Havana, South Beach and Miami Seaquarium. Orlando has Walt Disney World, Universal and SeaWorld. Tourists want to visit both. As a result, more than 50 million people a year drive or fly between the two.
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