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All Aboard Florida unveils trains, new name for Miami-Orlando not quite high speed rail service

Scheduled to being operations in 2017, the new Miami-Orlando high speed rail project will carry passengers between Florida’s two largest, most international cities and link the state’s two tourist-y-est destinations. The group behind the project, previously known as “All Aboard Florida”, recently unveiled what their new trains would look like- as well as renderings of what the new, highly anticipated train terminals will look and feel like once they’re done.

“I promise you the real thing will be a lot bigger than this,” said All Aboard Florida president Michael Reininger, at a press conference where the company released details about the trains- including a number of tiny, brightly colored model train toys- and a brand-new name for the high speed rail service: Brightline.