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