$6 BILLION +

The direct economic impact to Florida’s economy over the next eight years.

10,000 JOBS

The number of jobs the project is expected to create during rail-line construction on average per year between 2014 and 2016.

$0

The amount of dollars funded by taxpayers.

 

THE NEWS

3 questions with All Aboard Florida’s Adrian Share

Orlando Business Journal
February 27, 2015

Front Line: High-Speed Rail Spurs Economic Development

AreaDevelopment.com
February 26, 2015

Coast Guard Bridging Gap Between FEC & Boaters

WPTV
February 24, 2015

THE FACTS

With design plans and a finding of no significant impact completed for Miami to West Palm Beach, All Aboard Florida will start construction on the south segment this summer. As planned, construction will commence on the segment north of West Palm Beach after the environmental impact statement process is completed.

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THE CONVERSATION

  • @PaulHarrisonPro Thanks for your support, Paul!
  • Our focus remains on our 4 planned stations. But we're encouraging community leaders to start thinking “where next?” http://t.co/S3t6ulhvo7
  • One reason we’re looking to connect downtown centers RT@CityLab Young people are pulling jobs back to city centers http://t.co/OAW3cvndPg