Three people killed by Brightline trains had drugs in system

By Jennifer Sorentrue, Staff Writer, Palm Beach Post; April 18, 2018 All three of the pedestrians who were accidentally struck and…

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Tri-Rail won’t roll into downtown Miami this year

By Katya Maruri, Miami Today; April 17, 2018 As Miami Central Station continues to rise downtown, Jack Stephens, executive director…

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All Aboard Florida’s Brightline train looks to revive intercity rail travel

By David Patch, Staff Writer, The Toledo Blade; April 13, 2018 WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. — When Henry Flagler set…

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All Aboard Florida: Brightline launching service to Miami ‘hopefully’ by early May, mayor says

By Martin Vassolo, Miami Herald; April 11, 2018 Brightline’s passenger rail service began testing in Miami-Dade County on Wednesday, with…

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All Aboard Florida: Local leaders consider added Brightline safety measures

By Jennifer Sorentrue and Jeff Ostrowski, Staff Writers, Palm Beach Post; March 12, 2018 WEST PALM BEACH — The day…

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Silencing All Aboard Florida’s Brightline: One-fourth of crossings to get no improvements

By Jennifer Sorentrue and Mahima Singh, Staff Writers, Palm Beach Post; March 4, 2018 At 20 of 80 railroad crossings…

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Getting There on All Aboard Florida: First profitable passenger railroad goes forward

By Jim Cameron, Connecticut Post; February 27, 2018 There has not been a profitable passenger railroad in the United States.…

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All Aboard Florida: West Palm to install markers at 13 Brightline crossings for safety

By Jennifer Sorentrue, Staff Writer, Palm Beach Post; February 23, 2018 WEST PALM BEACH — Thirteen rail crossings that were…

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Florida East Coast Railway sues Miami developer for alleged trespass

By Katherine Kallergis, The Real Deal South Florida Real Estate News; February 14, 2018 Jacksonville-based Florida East Coast Railway is…

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These people were hit by trains — and lived to talk about it

By Lisa J. Huriash and Erika Pesantes, Reporters, South Florida Sun-Sentinel; February 13, 2018 Pascual Vasquez Morales can’t remember the…

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