Brightline hasn't picked up a train passenger or even announced what fares will be when it does, but its former boss Mike Reininger says the train will "break-even or profit" during its first full year in operation.
Big talk for a company that still hasn't cemented their financial plan regarding their Phase 2 extension.
This privately funded passenger train is expected to begin running new stations near downtown Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach late this summer. Early fall, trains are expected to come to downtown Miami. Trains going north, then west to Orlando International Airport have been delayed up to two years.
Read more about Mike Reininger's Q & A with the Miami Herald here.