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Brightline Service To Miami Begins May 19

Brightline Service To Miami Begins May 19

Update: Tickets are now on sale for trains departing May 19 and onward.

 

Brightline tickets to Miami are on sale this morning through their website.

The official service launch will be May 19.

As of this morning, departures from Fort Lauderdale to Miami were are priced at $10 for Smart Service and $15 for Select Service. Introductory fares of $3 and $5 are also being offered.

Departures from West Palm Beach to Miami was also available, at a cost of $15 for Smart Service and $25 for Select Service.

In the Fall, the 50,000-square-foot CentralFare food hall will open at MiamiCentral with various eateries, a spokesperson told the Herald. Elsewhere in the project, Einstein’s Bros. Bagels will open this summer, with Parliament cafe and Joe & The Juice in spring and Starbucks in early 2019

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Great news!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Would love to have the option of hoping at a train at FortLauderdale’s Airport (FLL) to come to Miami.
Please make some logistic’s connection. There are millions of flyers that would love to use this if it was available.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Tri Rail does that

Tim
Tim

via bus!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

yes

Anonymous
Anonymous

Uber perhaps?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Once Tri-rail connects you will be able to do this.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is a consideration. The FLL Airport Director said that he hopes to have a station in the future. It does make practical sense.

Anonymous
Anonymous

How? The tracks are nowhere near the terminals.

Anonymous
Anonymous

The Fort Lauderdale Brightline station is connected to the Central Terminal for buses. Looks like the 01 Bus leaves every 20 minutes but there are a bunch of other bus options at any given time.

Anonymous
Anonymous

A shuttle at FLL takes you to Tri-rail,which takes you to Miami, but people are too lazy to research how to do it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Same with West Palm Beach and PBIA.

A. Nonymous
A. Nonymous

I have a friend who tried it from Miami to FLL. Left 3 hours early, almost missed his flight because schedule on TriRail’s website was out of date.
It was SABENA – such a bad experience, never again.

M.B.
M.B.

This is great news! Booked my round trip ticket for the 19th from Miami to WPB… Taking my bike with me 😀

Anonymous
Anonymous

PREFECT!!!!!!! Can’t wait to go to be an adventurer and go to WPM from Miami for the first time :).

Anonymous
Anonymous

I like the train option! At least once

Anonymous
Anonymous

more excuses for me to go to islands of adventure

Anonymous
Anonymous

I wish Government Center and Overtown metrorail stations could be renovated with a modern feel and it could be better connected with this station

Common Sense Posting
Common Sense Posting

What a project. If the two supertalls get built this development will have quietly been a bigger deal for Miami than BCC and Miami World Center (especially the watered down MWC). Cheers to that and Fridays. Always cheers Friday’s

Anonymous
Anonymous

Actually, Miami World Center is within the same area as the supertalls, brightline, etc. So the whole area is booming!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Someone got his weekly paycheck today huh?….

Anonymous
Anonymous

Round trips purchased for the month! Great service to downtown West Palm!

Anonymous
Anonymous

Nice

Anonymous
Anonymous

Yes!!!!!!!

Anonymous
Anonymous

More sleep/work/comfort. Cant wait for the connection to Orlando. Serious game changer for this very populated state.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Is there is a bridge connecting the Miami Brightline Station with the nearest Metromover Station?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Walk across the street like in any major city…

Anonymous
Anonymous

just checked website for tix all the way through the website and the tickets are all sold out until then??? thats either a glitch or a deliberate attempt to creat a fictitious sense of demand.

Anonymous
Anonymous

all the way through December*

Anonymous
Anonymous

Pretty sure they blocked the tickets past early June, because they’ll be changing the schedule once the introductory period ends.