All Aboard Florida could add stops to “many more communities” along its 235-mile Miami to Orlando route, but the consolation may not ease mounting opposition in northern Palm Beach County and the Treasure Coast as the project begins its first phase of construction.
In a letter late last month to state Rep. MaryLynn Magar, R-Hobe Sound, All Aboard Florida’s President and Chief Operating Officer Don Robinson said while plans limit stops to Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, the company “looks forward to eventually offering passenger rail service to many more communities.”
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