Topic : All Aboard Florida

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Brightline, Texas Central Railway projects get Fed approval to move ahead

Rail| December 18, 2017

The moves mark major milestones in the U.S. DOT’s efforts to accelerate environmental reviews and project delivery timelines for new infrastructure projects.

[Photos] Building Siemens' first car shell for Brightline train

Rail| January 26, 2016

Brightline, the brand new higher speed train currently under construction in Florida, released images of the first passenger train shell built by Siemens. The 85-foot-long sheel, built by more than 70 employees, will carry 240 passengers. This vehicle is part of Brightline's initial five four-car train sets.

Rail| November 12, 2015

Florida express rail service unveils branding

All Aboard Florida, developer of the only privately-owned and operated passenger rail service in the U.S., introduced Brightline, the express train travel service that will connect the major cities of south and central Florida along a 235-mile route.

Rail| July 9, 2015

All Aboard Florida awards contract for Orlando Int'l Airport rail line

Archer Western’s existing work with All Aboard Florida and the Orlando International Airport creates added efficiencies for the privately-funded passenger-rail project.

Rail| October 9, 2013

All Aboard Florida secures rail deals

Obtained critical right of way needed for the project. Moving forward with construction and developing its Central Florida station at the Orlando International Airport’s future intermodal station.
Rail| December 12, 2012

Private Fla. rail project set for 2015

Florida East Coast Industries, a railroad and real estate company, plans to build and operate All Aboard Florida, a new passenger rail service that will run from Miami to Orlando. The project will cost approximately $1 billion.
Rail| November 14, 2012

Downtown stations added to proposed Miami rail

All Aboard Florida, a company proposing passenger rail service between Miami and Orlando, would build a big new train station in Miami with tracks elevated on a platform four stories up. The company also plans to build similar stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Rail| April 4, 2012

Florida co. may build private passenger rail

Florida East Coast Industries’ “All Aboard Florida” would connect Jacksonville, Miami, Tampa and Orlando and utilize the 200 miles of track between these cities the company already owns and uses for freight.

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