First public glimpse into viability of All Aboard Florida’s plans: 5.3 million riders expected by 2020

 

Hibiscus Street grade crossing work, West Palm Beach (Source: All Aboard Florida’s Facebook)

From The Sun-Sentinel: The planned passenger rail service, set to begin running in 2017, would initially see about 1 million riders a year, ramping up to 5.3 million a year by 2020 and 7 million by 2030, according to the report prepared by the Louis Berger Group.

Revenues are projected to be $293 million a year in 2020, rising to $400 million by 2030.

 The numbers offer the first public glimpse into the viability of All Aboard Florida’s plans, which include running 32 trains a day — 16 each way — starting in early 2017 between Miami and West Palm Beach. A second leg is planned from West Palm Beach to Orlando.

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