Brightline

FLORIDA’s privately-owned inter-city operator Brightline introduced its first scheduled passenger trains on January 13, with the launch of introductory services between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
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BRIGHTLINE, Florida’s new private passenger operator, has announced that it will launch an introductory service between Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach during the week of January 8.
BRIGHTLINE, Florida’s new private passenger operator has confirmed that it will begin introductory express services in late July between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
THE first Brightline train began testing on January 19 on a 14.5km test track from Park Place in West Palm Beach to Central Boulevard in Lantana.
PRIVATELY-FUNDED passenger rail company Brightline showcased its first completed train for its new Florida intercity service on January 11, and it will begin testing on a 16km section in West…
SIEMENS announced on December 14 that the first of five trains for All Aboard Florida’s Brightline service has left its factory in Sacramento, California, to make the 4912km journey to…
THE first of 10 diesel-electric locomotives being supplied to All Aboard Florida for its new Brightline inter-city service in Florida has completed initial track testing at the Siemens plant in…
SIEMENS has completed fabrication of the first stainless steel passenger coach shell for All Aboard Florida's Brightline inter-city service at its plant in Sacramento, California.
ALL Aboard Florida, the inter-city passenger subsidiary of Florida East Coast Railway (FEC) announced on November 9 that its Miami - Fort Lauderdale - Orlando service will be branded Brightline…

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