Brightline service to Miami is now just weeks away, the company says.
Trains recently pulled into MiamiCentral station, elevated 50 feet above ground, for the first time. Test runs of trains into the Miami station are set to continue this week, Brightline told the Sun Sentinel.
Revenue service will begin within weeks, Brightline representatives told the Palm Beach Post. An exact date wasn’t announced, but testing on the Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach route took five weeks.
Tickets from Miami to Fort Lauderdale will start at $10 for Smart service and $15 for Select service.
Brightline also announced the addition a Friday night train from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach due to high demand.