The new Brightline Miami-Orlando fast train would take passengers from Miami to Orlando International Airport -- a move some locals argued would cause them to still have to rent cars to travel in the city, rendering the 3-hour train ride a less efficient solution.
The new Brightline Miami-Orlando fast train would take passengers from Miami to Orlando International Airport -- a move some locals argued would cause them to still have to rent cars to travel in the city, rendering the 3-hour train ride a less efficient solution. Courtesy of All Aboard Florida
The new Brightline Miami-Orlando fast train would take passengers from Miami to Orlando International Airport -- a move some locals argued would cause them to still have to rent cars to travel in the city, rendering the 3-hour train ride a less efficient solution. Courtesy of All Aboard Florida

How could a Miami-Orlando train revitalize South Florida transit?

November 12, 2015 02:57 PM

UPDATED November 12, 2015 03:44 PM

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