FECI’s Mike Reininger: Big expectations for Brightline’s success in South and Central Florida

May 28, 2017

By Tom Hudson, Special to the Miami Herald

Brightline hasn’t picked up a train passenger yet or even announced what fares will be when it does, but its former boss says the passenger train service won’t lose money during its first full year in operation.

Mike Reininger is executive director of Brightline’s parent company Florida East Coast Industries. Until March, he was the CEO of All Aboard Florida, which will operate Brightline.

“We expect that we will be break-even or profitable in 2018,” he told WLRN’s Sunshine Economy.

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