MIAMI ––Following multiple delays of the start of its much-anticipated Miami-to-Orlando service, Brightline has announced that service to Orlando International Airport will officially begin on Sept. 22
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. – Brightline has petitioned the FRA for a waiver of compliance from 49 CFR 213.353(e).
MIAMI – Brightline has again delayed the start of its much-anticipated Miami to Orlando service.
ST. LUCIE COUNTY, Fla. – Brightline VP spoke to Martin County Commissioners to support construction of a double-tracked railroad bridge that crosses over the St. Lucie River in Florida.
ORLANDO – Brightline on June 21 celebrated the completion of its 170-mile extension to Orlando, paving the way for the launch of service between Central and South Florida this summer.
The Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) on June 5 reported that 63 projects will share more than $570 million in Railroad Crossing Elimination Grant Program funding to address safety at 400-plus at-grade crossings nationwide. The awards for
ORLANDO–This week, Brightline successfully tested a train and tracks between Orlando International Airport and Cocoa, Fla., hitting 130 mph.
Brightline, Florida’s private-sector passenger railroad, is one step closer to extending its 67-mile Miami-to-West Palm Beach line north to Orlando.
ORLANDO–Brightline released a video and renderings of the future station, located at Orlando International Airport, that will connect millions and regionalize the state.
Brightline recently announced that 110 mph train testing through Martin and St. Lucie counties will resume Friday, Jan. 6.
Brightline celebrates the ribbon-cutting for two new stations in South Florida on Dec. 20, launching service in Aventura and Boca Raton the following day.
Brightline is continuing high-speed testing on its new line to Orlando. Here are some details from their press release.
As Hurricane Ian begins to hammer Florida, Brightline has taken precautionary measures to ensure the safety of its operation and passengers.
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Few rail projects have received as much ink, photographic, and video coverage as those attempting to develop high-speed rail (HSR) in North America.
Brightline and a bipartisan coalition of congressional officials announced a grant award of $25 million from the U.S. DOT’s Rebuilding American Infrastructure with Sustainability and Equity (RAISE) discretionary grant program.
My son came off looking like an unlucky racoon sprawled across the pavement.
Brightline announced yesterday that high-speed testing (up to 79 mph) has begun on a portion of the line that will connect West Palm Beach with Orlando.
Last week, Brightline welcomed new trains to it’s Orlando locomotive servicing facility.
On the Brightline Zone 4 project, HWR recently installed a 92’ signal bridge spanning five tracks, the largest of 11 overhead structures on the line.