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Tri-Rail will soon take you to downtown Miami without a need to switch trains, expected next year


The Tri-Rail Downtown Miami Link, a project that will allow Palm Beach County commuters to travel to downtown Miami without switching trains, is nearing completion.


Tri-Rail will soon take you to downtown Miami without a need to switch trains, expected next year

Over $70 million has been invested in establishing the link, which includes 26 Tri-Rail trains and nine miles of new rail infrastructure. Testing has recently been conducted on the Florida East Coast Railroad tracks, which will be shared by Tri-Rail and Brightline trains. The service is expected to begin next year, offering commuters a more convenient and affordable transportation option, potentially saving up to 45 minutes of travel time. Tri-Rail's lower ticket prices compared to Brightline make it an attractive choice for lower- and middle-income working people. The project is seen as a game changer that will alleviate highway congestion and provide greater connectivity in South Florida's rail network.


Tri-Rail will soon take you to downtown Miami without a need to switch trains, expected next year

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