The authorization for testing lasts from June 19 through June 23, a letter from track owner Florida East Coast Railway shows.
Additional test dates may be considered based on the results, the letter states.
Meanwhile, the actual launch of Tri-Rail’s revenue service to downtown Miami may be delayed again, according to Miami Today.
David Dech, the executive director of the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority which operates Tri-Rail, said he was now looking at late 2023 or early 2024 for the start of service, while citing progress on getting it moving.
An agreement has been signed allowing 26 daily Tri-Rail trains on FEC tracks into downtown Miami, Dech said.