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All Aboard Florida

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  • 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.
  • Too many questions remain on train's safety, viability: Front Burner

    Too many questions remain on train's safety, viability: Front Burner
    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: Front Burner

    New rail system will benefit state economy, environment: Front Burner
    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...

    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...