April 15th, 2017 10:47 AM by Nour Ailan
Vacationing, doing business, commuting or otherwise traveling between Orlando and Miami is about to get easier. All Aboard Florida is a passenger rail service that will provide state-of-the-art fast, safe, relaxing train travel in one of the most populous and visited regions in the United States.
All Aboard Florida will use the existing Florida East Coast Railway corridor between Miami and Cocoa, and build new track along State Road 528 between Cocoa and Orlando. Once complete, it will serve residents and visitors in this area with passenger rail that is convenient, safe, fast and environmentally friendly.
This train doesn’t just do wonders for transportation. It does a lot for the Florida community. Over the next eight years, it will have a direct, positive impact on Florida’s economy. During construction, it will create nearly 10,000 jobs. It will also require zero funding from taxpayers. And it’s all moving full-speed ahead.
Driving from Miami to Orlando takes about four hours. The All Aboard Florida train will allow passengers to cover that same distance in about three hours — while reading, relaxing or simply enjoying a more productive way to travel.
Quality passenger rail holds the power to transform the travel experience. Rather than putting miles on your own car, paying for gas and navigating heavy traffic, passengers can sit back and enjoy the ride. All Aboard Florida will deliver you to Orlando, Miami and destinations in between faster than when driving — and you will arrive more relaxed, refreshed and comfortable.
The route will open for service between Miami and West Palm Beach in 2017, with full service from Miami to Orlando following later that year. In the meantime, All Aboard Florida will be improving the route between Miami and Cocoa, building out the route between Cocoa and Orlando, and constructing modern rail stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
Station construction projects at the four destination cities are at various stages. Skidmore, Owings and Merrill (SOM) designed the three South Florida stations in association with Zyscovich Architects. Construction has begun in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, and each station will be completed in advance of the 2017 launch for phase I. Suffolk Construction is serving as general contractor in Miami, and Moss & Associates is the general contractor in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. The Orlando station will be part of a larger Intermodal Transportation Center at Orlando International Airport, which will be ready in advance of the launch of full service.
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