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Photos: Finishing Touches At MiamiCentral Brightline Terminal

Photos: Finishing Touches At MiamiCentral Brightline Terminal

Update: Brightline’s official launch date for Miami service is May 19.

 

At Brightline’s MiamiCentral terminal, the finishing touches are being put in place ahead of a grand opening that is expected shortly.

(photos: brightline/instagram)

The Tri-Rail station at MiamiCentral as of late April:

(photos: tri-rail/twitter)

 

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Anonymous
Anonymous

Can’t wait for the Tri-Rail Coastal Link and local stops in Miami.

Anonymous
Anonymous

This is not going to happen. Brightline has beeen obstructing Coastal Link. Read the transcripts or Watch the Miami-Dade Commission meetings.

suomynona
suomynona

Brightline wants to run their own version of Coastal Link instead of having the current Tri-Rail SFRTA operator do it.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Miami winning.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Love it. Hope the trees remain.

suomynona
suomynona

In that youtube video? The trees at the intersection it’s being filmed from aren’t even on FECR property.

Anonymous
Anonymous

I will be the first to purchase a ticket round trip! I love this for Miami mobility! I might even walk there from Icon!!!!

Roy
Roy

Is there a walk ramp connection from Brightline Station to the Metro Government station ?

just me
just me

i think it all comes down to our politicians lacking vision and just wanting to get away with $$$

Anonymous
Anonymous

forget about brightline. Use this as a platform to start building a Miami version of the NYC Subway

Anonymous
Anonymous

One of the best suggestions yet!! They need to figure something out. Since we can’t have underground like NYC, build elevated like Chicago.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not gonna happen. We cant even afford to extend the existing metro rail system. Pathetic I know..

Anonymous
Anonymous

We can afford it. Politicians would rather pocket money for themselves, or give it to road projects with rigged bidding favoring their buddies at MCM.

Anonymous
Anonymous

It’s not just Miami. Rail transit is ailing most everywhere you look.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Park and ride itself is a failure, that’s why TOD is crucial with better connections and walkability.

Anonymous
Anonymous

Not gonna happen. Our suburban politicians are not interested at all, they want to perpetuate the American love for SUV and suburban shopping malls.

suomynona
suomynona

Huh?

Anonymous
Anonymous

Cant do it in miami due to sea level and geology.