For quite a while now, we’ve been sharing updates on the Brightline train that’s coming to Central Florida!
Eventually, the train will have a station at Disney Springs and will feature a line directly from the Orlando Airport. But first, Brightline is constructing the other railway lines, and recently the first train that will service Central Florida has arrived!
According to Click Orlando, the trainset for the extension of the South Florida line was towed “from Jacksonville to West Palm Beach down the East Coast Rail Line parallel to U.S.-1.” This took place on Thursday night, and those living on the Space Coast could potentially hear the train being pulled.
Since the addition of the Brightline train in South Florida, the transportation method has been relatively popular and it’s expected to be even more so when the line to Orlando is completed next year. One-way tickets for the three-hour trip from Miami to the Orlando airport are going to be priced at around $100. Once the Orlando stop is complete, Brightline will move on and construct the stations at Disney World and in Tampa.
We’ll make sure to keep you updated on the construction progress, so stay tuned to DFB!
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