How All Aboard Florida Train Project Will Shift Traffic

July 23, 2015 40 comments Open printer friendly version of this article Print Article

Infrastructure has been driving population growth in the Florida East Coast corridor since the 1930's. This has caused traffic jams, congested roadways and many negative environmental impacts. Let the All Aboard Florida train project make your travel experience easier and more enjoyable with comforts like WiFi and a cafe cart. No longer will you need to sit in traffic on I-95 or the Turnpike.

All Aboard Florida (AAF) will redefine travel by train in the US with the first private system to offer a quick, convenient and comfortable mobility option. This train project is also increasing transit oriented development in city centers to create new downtowns with mixed uses and enhanced connectivity. All Aboard Florida trains flexible tickets will be competitively priced to driving a car.. There will be hourly departures.

Riders will be able to get from Miami to Fort Lauderdale in 30 minutes, Fort Lauderdale to West Palm Beach in 35 minutes and Miami to Orlando in 3 hours. All seating will be reserved and spacious. All the All Aboard Florida train stations along the route will connect riders to other mass transit.

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