Florida Train Map

Florida visitors and residents will soon have a fast, efficient way to travel. All Aboard Florida's Brightline train route will open with service between Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach. Service between Miami and Orlando will follow.

Say “goodbye” to traffic and shorten your travel time. Brightline will cover its 235-mile train route from Orlando to Miami in about three hours. Enjoy travel between two of Florida’s most popular destinations without getting behind the wheel and wasting a second on the road.

Easy Access to Popular Destinations

Brightline stations are located in cities that draw visitors from around the world and serve as large population centers, including:

  • Orlando: The Orlando station will be part of a new Inter-modal Transportation Center at the Orlando International Airport, allowing visitors from around the world to take advantage of train routes in Orlando. They’ll be able to use Orlando as a launching point for exploring Central and South Florida.
  • West Palm Beach: The West Palm Beach Station is conveniently placed blocks from the Palm Beach County Convention Center, the downtown Clematis Street District, a short drive to the Palm Beach International Airport and just across Lake Worth Lagoon from the Atlantic Ocean.
  • Fort Lauderdale: The Fort Lauderdale Station will connect directly to the existing Broward County Transit System and Sun Trolley, as well as the planned Wave Streetcar and Tri-Rail Coasting Link station.
  • Miami: The Miami Station, known as MiamiCentral, will serve as part of a mixed-use development and connect to the Metromover, Metrorail, County bus and City of Miami trolley systems.

Click map to see detailed image of the Brightline train route

Train Service When You Need It

Brightline is designed to serve commuters and travelers with convenient, fast access to popular destinations.

All Aboard Florida is making an investment of $1.5 billion to upgrade the existing rail corridor. This includes adherence to the highest safety standards, improved signaling, upgraded crossings and double tracking.


Service in South Florida will begin first, with service to Orlando to follow. Development includes updates to the existing Florida East Coast Corridor railway that runs from Miami to Cocoa, as well as new construction of a 40-mile track between Cocoa and Orlando that runs along State Road 528.

Partnering With Our Neighbors

All Aboard Florida wants to be a valued member of the communities we serve. In addition to investments in rail improvements and station developments, All Aboard Florida is working with neighbors to ensure our service is welcomed and appreciated.

In pursuit of strong community relations, we have established partnerships with the Palm Beach, Broward and Miami-Dade Metropolitan Planning Organizations to fund quiet zones that would limit the noise from train horns. All Aboard Florida is currently working to implement zones between PortMiami and 15th Street in West Palm Beach.

Experience the Joy of Train Travel

Traveling Florida’s Atlantic coast will never be easier than with Brightline. Our Florida train routes will not only help you cover the distance between Orlando and Miami faster than driving, but you can also use this travel time to read, relax or simply enjoy the beautiful Sunshine State landscape. You’re also taking a car off the road, which means a positive impact on both traffic conditions and the environment. All Aboard Florida is creating a new and satisfying travel experience for one of the most visited areas in the United States — once you try it, you’ll never want to go back to the road.