by west point
Going to need more than 2 main tracks.
Northeast Corridor Commuter Rail Completes Development Phase
Miami-Dade County has completed the Project Development phase of the New Starts program for its Northeast Corridor commuter rail service between downtown Miami and Aventura, Brightline told investors yesterday.
Brightline is expecting to receive $50 million in upfront payment and annual access payments Starting at $12 million for 30 years.
The project will include up to five new stations between the Miami Central and Aventura stations.
Implementation of the new commuter service will require additional track and rail infrastructure, as well
as the construction of new commuter-only stations not served by Brightline. The commuter service may be separately branded and operated.