An artist rendering of a Brightline train from All Aboard Florida, its parent company.
An artist rendering of a Brightline train from All Aboard Florida, its parent company. Courtesy: All Aboard Florida
An artist rendering of a Brightline train from All Aboard Florida, its parent company. Courtesy: All Aboard Florida

Brightline finally announces when it will launch. But how much will it cost to ride?

December 28, 2017 04:10 PM

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  • Brightline brings new ways to beat traffic

    Brightline launched their first train route from Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, bringing new commuting options that the rail line says will alleviate traffic hassles for commuters, while also offering comfort and convenient amenities. Routes to Miami and Orlando are next for the rail line.