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  • Giant antenna pops up north of Sunrise Blvd.

    Giant antenna pops up north of Sunrise Blvd.
    FORT LAUDERDALE It's grey, about 10 feet in diameter at its base and appears to be more than 100 feet tall. Motorists began taking notice last week when a giant mystery antenna popped up the Florida East Coast Railway tracks north of Sunrise Boulevard....
  • Too many questions remain on train's safety, viability

    When All Aboard Florida executives unveiled their project, they presented it as a high-speed train that would be built on their own property at their own expense. It was explained to me that it would not require any government approvals, endanger any of...
  • New rail system will benefit state economy, environment

    The All Aboard Florida system, once completed, will not only benefit Florida but also serve as a model for other communities seeking alternative transportation options. This project is a perfect example of how the private market has come to recognize...
  • New railroad connection will move freight trains away from South Florida downtowns

    New railroad connection will move freight trains away from South Florida downtowns
    Drivers tired of waiting at railroad crossings for those long, slow freight trains to rumble by on the railroad tracks that parallel U.S. 1 will get relief next year. That's when construction will be completed on a connection between the two railroads in...
  • Should Florida climb All Aboard?: Front Burner

    Construction has begun in South Florida for the Miami to Orlando passenger-rail system dubbed All Aboard Florida. But some communities along the train's route still hope to derail the project. Service between new stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and...
  • Pompano Beach growing with region

    Pompano Beach growing with region
    Pompano Beach is quickly becoming the place to be. With new development and redevelopment happening throughout the town, it's not surprising to find new businesses looking at our community as a place where they can profit. The Pompano Beach Fishing...
  • Siemens to build, maintain trains for All Aboard Florida

    Siemens not only is building the trains to be used by a planned system linking Orlando with South Florida, but the company also will maintain them, All Aboard Florida officials announced Tuesday afternoon. The $2.5 billion train operation intends to...
  • All Aboard Florida station rising in Fort Lauderdale

    All Aboard Florida station rising in Fort Lauderdale
    FORT LAUDERDALE There's a new norm along the railroad tracks north of Broward Boulevard: the sight of work crews in hard hats and the sound of bulldozers. The foundation is taking shape for All Aboard Florida's new 60,000-square-foot Fort Lauderdale...
  • Tri-Rail closer to using All Aboard's Miami station

    Tri-Rail closer to using All Aboard's Miami station
    Tri-Rail is closer to having the $70 million necessary to run its commuter trains out of All Aboard Florida's new downtown Miami station. About half the amount has been committed by the city of Miami and Miami-Dade County, with the rest coming from the...
  • Train service will help area grow

    Train service will help area grow
    As an owner of multiple businesses and a long-time resident of Fort Lauderdale, I couldn't be more excited for the arrival of All Aboard Florida. When I opened my first restaurant in 1997, the revitalization of the downtown was just getting started....
  • Veto won't kill local quiet zones near railroad tracks

    Veto won't kill local quiet zones near railroad tracks
    Good news for eardrums: Despite Gov. Rick Scott's veto of $10 million in state funding for railroad quiet zones, plans to create a reduced-noise corridor along South Florida's eastern tracks from Miami to downtown West Palm Beach will not be affected by...