Brightline Selling Naming Rights To Stations, Trains

Brightline stations may soon be renamed by a corporate sponsor.

Patrick Goddard, president and COO of the company, told the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce that negotiations were in progress to sell station and train naming rights, according to Miami Today.

Other details revealed:

  • Tickets to and from Miami will start at the same promotional prices ($10 for Smart, $15 for Select), but only for the first month. Prices will rise from there, although discounted passes and packs will be sold
  • The number of daily round trips, currently 10 or 11, will rise to 16
  • Work on the Orlando segment will start in the coming months
  • Bicycle, taxi and other services will be integrated into the stations
  • Delay of the start of service to Miami is being caused by construction issues

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Anonymous
2 years ago

The Hard Rock Express. lol. When it arrives at the stations, it is blasting classic rock hits.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes!?? lol.

Slowly but surely
2 years ago

Can’t wait for the station to be completed! The surrounding area will be unrecognizable especially alongside Worldcenter. Although a long time in the making the finish line appears to be nearing – very exciting!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Amazon World Center Station!

Anonymous
2 years ago

… arriving at Miami Worldcenter Station!

Polo
2 years ago

The Pilon Miami Central Station?!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Bacardi Station FTW!

Solrac
2 years ago

Marlins stadium can’t get a naming rights deal, but this will.. pretty amazing. Same would go for Miami Innovation District when that get developed. More than likely Beckham stadium becomes Mastec Stadium too. Just comes to shows you the stigma of the bad deal with the marlins stadium deal.

Miami Hurricane
2 years ago

Unfortunately, Loria still stole hundreds of millions

Marlins are cursed
2 years ago

Yup. Hated Marlins owner Jeff Loria took $1.2 Billion for himself as he and weak brained elected officials took $3 Billion from the taxpayers.

Anonymous
2 years ago

More ways corrupt and incompetent politicians can whore their “legacy.” I can’t wait to take the Gimenez Express!

Lemon City Station
2 years ago

Lemon City Station. Revive the former name of the stop near what is now called NE 59th Street.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Brawndo (The Thirst Mutilator) Station

Anonymous
2 years ago

Will TNM cover the bridge collapse at FIU? TNM use to have a separate transportation side of the website…not sure what happened there

Anonymous
2 years ago

You haven’t read enough about it?

The builder
2 years ago

That’s why there is CNN Wsvn… this is my escape

Anonymous
2 years ago

You actually watch CNN? Poor little fool…

Anonymous
2 years ago

You watch Fox New? Poor little idiot….

Anonymous
2 years ago

Jorge Perez Express has a nice ring to it! LOL

Taxpayers own Art Museum
2 years ago

Jorge Perez bought the naming rights to the Miami Art Museum for a couple million in cash and several overvalued “art” works. Taxpayers forked over $400 Million.