I would think that All Aboard Florida would want to tell the public how much a train ticket will cost or what the ridership surveys have said about the viability of the proposed passenger rail service between South Florida and Orlando.
The public, after all, has been lobbied hard for months by the company, which has announced plans to operate 32 train trips a day between Miami and Orlando, with each train holding as many as 400 passengers.
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