Testing will commence at Brightline’s new facility in West Palm Beach which will be used for the repair, maintenance, cleaning and storage of the new trains.

Siemens finished building the 149m-long train at its plant in Sacramento, California, last month.

The first completed train, which has been named “BrightBlue,” is the first of five trains, with the remainder expected to arrive this spring.

As of December 2016, the stations in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach were 70% complete, while the MiamiCentral station is currently having beans installed for its elevated track.