Sprint sues All Aboard Florida for $646,000 over partially paid bill

The estimated $3 billion Brightline project promises to whisk commuters and tourists between Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and ultimately Orlando, at speeds of up to 125 mph. (Source: The Sun Sentinel)


From The Sun Sentinel: Sprint wants All Aboard Florida to pay up.

The communications company has filed a lawsuit in Miami federal court against the parent-company of Brightline and a second company with ties to Florida East Coast Industries.

According to the lawsuit, Sprint billed All Aboard Florida and FDG Flagler Station II $882,767.24 on Sept. 6 after agreeing to relocate some of its fiber optic cables as part of the infrastructure improvements for the Brightline high speed passenger rail service expected to launch in the fall.

Sprint said it received a partial payment of $236,500.84 on Nov. 23 and nothing more.

For the complete story:  http://www.sun-sentinel.com/news/transportation/fl-reg-sprint-sues-brightline-20170720-story.html

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