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First engine installed in Miami's Brightline locomotive

Rail| June 28, 2016

The Cummins QSK95 engine weighs 31,000 pounds. Installation took approximately six hours during which the engine was lowered into the locomotive by an overhead crane.

Brightline unveils Siemens trainsets under construction

Rail| June 13, 2016

The first completed trainset is expected to be delivered to Brightline later this year. Brightline is scheduled to begin service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach beginning in mid-2017.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

[Video] A demo of Brightline's gap filler system

Fla.'s Brightline commuter rail system announced that its new trains will be the first in the U.S. to utilize retractable gap fillers, making boarding and disembarking the trains easy and convenient for all riders.

Brightline and Siemens collaborated with Bode to develop the custom gap filler that is integrated into the train car door system. Bode has gained global recognition for its custom-built door systems, which are in use on passenger trains and light rail vehicles across the world.

Security and Safety | February 9, 2016

Fla.'s Brightline trains to use retractable gap filler

Will be the first rail system in the U.S. to use the technology, which will make boarding and disembarking the trains easy and convenient for all riders.

Rail| January 26, 2016

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

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| January 26, 2016

Siemens completes first car shell for Florida's Brightline rail service

More than 70 employees at Siemens’ state-of-the-art manufacturing facility in Sacramento have worked on building this 85-foot-long first coach car, using more than 50,000 welds to fuse it together.

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.

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