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Brightline is getting ready to say hello to Orlando.

Service starts in 2023, connecting Orlando with existing stations in Miami, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale, Boca Raton, and West Palm Beach.

Key Facts

tick 100% Carbon Neutral footprint (proud partners with FPL)

tick Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2020

tick 3 Million passengers since inception

tick Metrorail, Metromover & Tri-rail access

Learn more about our station experience and onboard experience.

More about this project:

More than train service, Brightline is part of a real estate vision to reenergize static neighborhoods with transportation hubs including modern stations and 27+ acres of office, retail, residential and commercial space. Brightline’s new South Terminal at the Orlando International Airport (MCO) is a part of the company’s Phase 2 expansion into Central Florida including a Tampa extension. The massive infrastructure project is making progress and encompasses four zones including the area of the Orlando International Airport and the Brightline Vehicle Maintenance Facility. This monumental endeavor, which will use 225 million pounds of American steel, will include the laying of 490,000 ties and transporting 2.35 million tons of granite and limestone by 20,000 railcars. Additionally, approximately 2 million spikes and bolts will be hammered and put in place over the next 36 months..

“The City of Orlando is excited to welcome Brightline to Central Florida. This new higher speed rail service will serve as an important connector between south and central Florida as we continue to expand our transit options and work to ensure reliable transportation is available for everyone Who wants to live, work or visit Orlando.”

- Buddy Dyer, Orlando Mayor

Economic & Environmental Impact.

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$2.4 Billion in Labor Income

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$6.4 Billion in Economic Impact

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$3.5 Billion Added to Florida’s GDP

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2,000+ Jobs Created Post Rail- Line Construction

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10,000+ Jobs Created Through Rail-Line Construction

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$653 Million in Federal, State and Local Tax Revenue