Brightline’s service for Boca Raton and Aventura stations will launch this week, on Dec. 21. Tickets are already on sale.
One-way tickets are on sale for as low as $10 and can be purchased on Brightline’s app or website.
Located across from Aventura Mall, the Aventura station, platform and vertical towers feature 34,000 sq. ft. of space and an 860-ft. center loaded platform located within the Florida East Coast Railway and Brightline right-of-way. The station will include its signature autonomous MRKT, SMART and PREMIUM lounges and Brightline+ services. After passing through security, passengers will be able to access the skybridge from the passenger lounge utilizing an elevator or escalators to the vertical transportation towers. Brightline has also started the design of its east bridge that will connect the platform to Aventura Mall. The Aventura station has been designed to LEED Silver criteria as part of Brightline’s goals to reduce contribution to global climate change, enhance individual human health and protect water resources. These LEED Silver station design features include a solar canopy and installation of electric charging vehicles to reduce emissions and encourage clean transportation, a careful selection of materials to increase healthy indoor spaces and smart technology to reduce water use.
Located on a 1.8-acre site across from Mizner Park and adjacent to the downtown library, Brightline’s Boca station, meanwhile, will feature approximately 38,000 sq. ft. of space, which will include its signature autonomous MRKT and premium lounge among other station amenities. The station will offer a seamless travel experience through modern technology, including a cashless environment, touchless turnstiles and high-speed WiFi.
Brightline Service for Five Stations
Brightline’s initial schedule for each new station is designed to optimize commuter patterns and will focus on peak morning and evening weekday service. During non-peak hours and weekends, Brightline will provide service approximately every other hour. Regular hourly service will continue in West Palm Beach, Fort Lauderdale and MiamiCentral.
And in 2023, the Orlando Brightline station is set to beginning operating.
For more detailed schedule information, visit gobrightline.com.