Archinect covers the opening of MiamiCentral station, one of three new Brightline stations in Florida. Representing the largest private infrastructure development in the U.S., the Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach stations are all now in full operation.
On May 19th, 2018, All Aboard Florida’s Brightline debuted introductory service into MiamiCentral, the new 11-acre mixed-use, intermodal development in downtown Miami. Brightline’s three stations—Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Miami, each planned and designed by SOM—are now in full operation.
The Orlando Business Journal reports on the beginning of the second phase of construction of All Aboard Florida’s Brightline. The 235-mile rail network, which will ultimately connect South Florida to Central Florida, will feature three stations designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
The Real Deal features recent photos of the West Palm Beach station of All Aboard Florida's Brightline, an extended rail network currently under development. The station is one of three designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
Miami Today spotlights All Aboard Florida's Brightline in a report on rail service in the city. A proposed airspace easement would make possible the connection from MiamiCentral, one of three stations designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects, to the adjacent Metrorail Station.
The Architect's Newspaper highlights Brightline, a 235-mile-long network of rail lines in Florida. The project includes three stations—in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach—designed by SOM in association with Zyscovich Architects.
Architectural Record spotlights All Aboard Florida, a privately owned and operated passenger rail system that will connect South Florida to Central Florida. The 235-mile network of rail lines will include SOM-designed stations in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach.
The Miami Herald reports on construction progress at All Aboard Florida's MiamiCentral train station. SOM's design responds to a challenging, dense site by elevating the railways and creating a landmark terminal that incorporates commercial and residential development.
On October 11th, 2016, SOM Managing Director Kristopher Takács will participate in the conference "Rail-Volution: Building Livable Communities with Transit." Joining a panel discussion on high-speed rail, Takács will speak about lessons learned from All Aboard Florida as an economic driver for its region.