Brightline’s MiamiCentral Station Lights Up In Red During Heat Home Games

Brightline’s brand new MiamiCentral train terminal has changed colors in honor of the Miami Heat.

Instead of the regular yellow lighting scheme that has been used since opening a few months ago, MiamiCentral lights up in red during home games for the Heat.

Brightline has a partnership with the Heat, making it the team’s official transportation provider.

Starting with the opening home game earlier this week, they have been offering a new “Buzzer Beater” train service with a later departure that allows fans to stay until the end of each game. The train service is also designed to arrive in Miami with enough time to arrive at the arena before the game.

Brightline and the Heat also plan to roll out ticket packages and experience bundles in the coming weeks.

 

Yellow is the color used on most nights:

 

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Anonymous
2 years ago

I passed by last night and alot of people are using the Brightline to get to the heat games.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I can’t wait until a lot of Magic fans can use it to get to Heat games as well. 😉

Anonymous
2 years ago

The convention center needs to get going.

marc
2 years ago

It’s imperative. Don’t know what the hang up is.

Anonymous
2 years ago

With the hotel using the previous design or new innovative one which isn’t a box.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What a great idea to offer ticket bundles!! Brightline will continue shrinking the state – this is only the beginning!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Can’t wait until this whole project is complete.

peej
2 years ago

The train ride is fantastic, but scheduling has been grossly inefficient.

We took the train south for the Formula 1 event last Saturday (departed 15 mins late) and purposefully took the 11:13 train home in lieu of the 11:43 (the “Buzzer Beater”), but it still departed > 20 mins late.

I will say, as have others, that the seats were packed!

Anonymous
2 years ago

The train was probably waiting to get as many people like you a chance to board to and from the Formula 1 event. You can probably expect scheduling like that for big events from now on.

Anonymous
2 years ago

That’s not how an efficient train operation should work, flights don’t wait for stragglers and in the ACTUALLY developed world, neither do trains

Anonymous
2 years ago

Excuse me, but don’t most people buy plane tickets months, weeks, or days in advance? And how many times do we see FORMULA 1 racing in Miami? And what do you mean by “ACTUALLY developed world?” Are you saying Miami is comprised of nothing but straw huts and people walking half a mile to fetch water from a lake?

Brightline is still in it’s infancy so why don’t people like just pipe down.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I’m implying a world in which the bus driver doesn’t stop at Publix on his route

peej
2 years ago

It’s perfectly fine if they pre-disclose that, as they did for the “Buzzer Beater” train. We purposefully booked the earlier train to avoid said delay.

If they want travelers to rely on their services, especially for flights, consistency is key.

Anonymous
2 years ago

this are awesome news, Lets go HEAT!!! Lets go BRIGHTLINE!!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

wait what? how in the world can brightline be the official transportation for the heat? Against the magic?

Anonymous
2 years ago

How about aqua and orange?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Green******

Anonymous
2 years ago

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Anonymous
2 years ago

Maybe when they make it to the playoffs again??

Anonymous
2 years ago

Nice touch!

Dan The Man
2 years ago

I think even for the holiday season, it should light up Red and green like many other big cities!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Hasn’t Brightline gone bankrupt yet?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow lights, now that is the sign of a global world class city!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Great news for the 5 people who take it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Rode it last weekend and there was not an empty seat in the house

Anonymous
2 years ago

Ignore this clown. He just wants to walk his tiny pooch every evening and go back to his boring small house and tune in to his nineteen seventies shows on his twenty five inch TV.

Anonymous
2 years ago

So says the guy who believes in cars and garages.

Anonymous
2 years ago

I don’t agree with the guy but 23 dislikes on a 30 minute post is fishy.

Anonymous
2 years ago

What is there to agree with? If he’s not one of people taking the train, why should he care how many people ride it?

Anonymous
2 years ago

Now 33 dislikes, okay someones botting.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You can only click on thumbs up or down one time on this site.

Anonymous
2 years ago

This site doesn’t get over 50 views within 30 minutes of a post article and even less people who read a article are going to vote or comment.

Anonymous
2 years ago

“and even less people who read a article are going to vote or comment.”

So says who, YOU?

Anonymous
2 years ago

The train was sold out Saturday night and packed with heat fans when i was on it.

Anonymous
2 years ago

this a visionary add to our city, whether you like it or not, whether it is being fully used as of now or not. i hope you have not a lot to do with any decision in miami

Anonymous
2 years ago

He’s probably the type who would get on the subway in NYC during it’s most least boarded times and say “I don’t know what they have a subway system for because nobody rides the trains.”

Anonymous
2 years ago

Yes because the subway costs as much as Brightline and is private for profit.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wow, I see the comparison of patrons taking the train went way over your head.

Anonymous
2 years ago

Amazing visionary. Miami is worldclass now with Brightline compared to cites with real transportation systems. Nothing like private developers charging $20-$60 r/t for a 20 mile ride. This is awesome!!

Anonymous
2 years ago

Wtf are you talking about? I rode it last week and it was full.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You post anti Brightline and you get -50 dislikes automoatically. Post pro-givaway to private developers and get 15 like s automatically.

Anonymous
2 years ago

You outta get blasted with 50 dislikes when you say something asinine like “Great news for the 5 people who take it.” Do you know the extreme amount of time it would a person every day to observe the quantity of riders on these trains? Now couple that with a person who doesn’t get paid to do it.