$1.5B rail project in Fla. on schedule for 2015 opening

A rail system that will connect Florida's Orlando International Airport with Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach is on pace to begin service late next year, according to All Aboard Florida's Michael Reininger. Work on infrastructure improvements for the $1.5 billion project is underway. "As we've been saying in the past, if everything comes together as we hope it will, we should be seeing trains operating at the very end of 2015," Reininger said.

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