Noise and traffic flow were key issues Tuesday at the open house for All Aboard Florida, an express passenger rail line proposed to run from Miami to Orlando with stops in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
The open house by AAF representatives and the Federal Railroad Administration provided a forum for questions and comments. Residents, local governments and businesses can use Environmental Impact Study process to point out the pros and cons of running 16 trains a day for the project.
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