Brightline’s new schedule which includes a Miami stop will begin this weekend.
Paying passengers will not yet be boarding in Miami as testing continues, but will be able to within a few weeks.
Testing has already been underway in Miami for a few weeks, but this is the first time that trains to Miami will be added to the regular schedule. In total, eleven departures per day between each city are planned.
Trains will take about 30 minutes from Miami to Fort Lauderdale, and another 30 minutes from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach. An eventual West Palm Beach to Orlando leg will take 120 minutes.
trains have been stopping just shy of miamicentral station in recent testing: