All Aboard Florida is gearing up on a comprehensive environmental study of its proposed Miami-to-Orlando express passenger railway with stops in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.
The railway, which is an affiliate of Florida East Coast Industries, aims to have the service running by the end of 2015, an ambitious schedule. Federal environmental reviews can take years and the railway is still negotiating leases with state and regional transportation officials to build a connection from Cocoa to Orlando beside the Beachline Expressway.
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