AAF/Brightline

Mast: Brightline Should Take Responsibility For Trains Killing People

From tcpalm.com U.S. Rep. Brian Mast on Thursday called for Brightline to shut down its passenger railroad until its "safety flaws" are fixed. Mast, R-Palm City, weighed in on Brightline ...

Action Alert: Demand Train Safety Features Following Deaths

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Brightline Train Kills Pedestrian Hours Before Launch

From The Palm Beach Post UPDATE: Boynton Beach Police said that Melissa Lavell, 31, was fatally struck by the Brightline train Friday night. Witnesses told police that Lavell appeared to ...

Brightline quiet zones not coming for 4-6 months

From the Palm Beach Post: It’s not exactly the way West Palm Beach residents living near a section of the Florida East Coast Railway wanted to ring in the new ...

Washington Derailment Concerns Locals Against Brightline

From WFLX: Copyright: Getty Images/AP Note: We now know the train that derailed in Washington was going 80 mph in a 30mph zone. It's too early to tell if speed ...

Counties Consider Focus on Freight

December 13, 2017 Lisa Broadt of TC Palm reports that St. Lucie and Martin Counties have voted to stop challenging environmental permits sought by Brightline and will explore focusing on ...

Brightline’s Simulated (Empty) Train Service

By Frank Cerabino December 9, 2017 Palm Beach Post I’ve got to hand it to the people at Brightline. They’ve come up with a brilliant move: Simulated train service. I can’t ...

Bill Regulating High-Speed Trains Clears Senate Committee

By Jennifer Sorentrue November 14, 2017 Palm Beach Post   As All Aboard Florida’s Brightline prepares to launch service between West Palm Beach and Miami, a proposed bill regulating the company’s passenger ...

Brightline Deaths A Glimpse Into the Future?

By Rich Campbell November 11, 2017 TC Palm Brightline hasn't even started commercial operations, yet its trains already have struck and killed two people. Not a good start for a project ...