Brightline moves forward with start of Miami service

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The big takeaway from MiamiCentral inaugural festivities [“Brightline to begin Miami service on May 19 with special fares,” Trains News Wire, May 11], is that Brightline is an organization intensely focused on operational and hospitality excellence today to ensure it is ready to deliver a redefined, enhanced transportation product tomorrow.

Here’s a look at a few aspects of Friday’s events.

Bob Johnston
For weeks, virtually every southbound train has unloaded passengers at Fort Lauderdale and continued on to MiamiCentral in “simulated service,” as BrightRed is doing here on May 11. It is rounding the sharp curve in Miami’s Overtown neighborhood preparing to make the climb up to the embankment built to lift Brightline — and eventually TriRail — trains above street level into the station.

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