January 15, 2016 Kenneth Sanchez

All Aboard Florida Transports Fort Lauderdale into the Future

The All Aboard Florida Brightline high-speed rail brings Florida’s four favorite destinations onto one train route. When completed in 2017, the express train service will run from Orlando to Miami, with stops in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale.

Passengers will enjoy safe, relaxing travel, moving between 79 and 125 miles per hour in complete luxury, with features like ergonomic seating and Wi-Fi. The designer’s and engineers are paying the utmost attention to every detail of the trains and their stations. As stated in a recent Sun Sentinel article, even the station’s lights are undergoing tremendous scrutiny, ensuring they are both functional and beautiful.

Currently under construction, the 60,000 sq. ft. Fort Lauderdale station is designed to make travel easier, while making a statement. From the multi-story lobby to the elevated passenger lounge, this transportation hub’s modern styling makes travel a true experience.

To learn more about the All Aboard Florida high-speed rail, visit AllAboardFlorida.com, or click here if you’d like to be part of the future of Fort Lauderdale.