Brightline is once again pushing back the start of its new higher speed rail service from Miami to Orlando.
The earliest tickets now available are for September 22.
The company needs a few more days to complete the final stages of certification and testing, it said.
It is the second delay to the start of service.
Brightline had launched ticket sales on the route in May, with a September 1 start date. At the time, it hinted that service could begin earlier – but that never happened.
Earlier this month, it cancelled reservations for trains between September 1 and September 15.
A Brightline social media post earlier today explaining the situation: