Brightline Welcomes New Trains “Bright Green 2” and “Bright Pink 2” to Orlando
ORLANDO WELCOMES TWO NEW TRAINS
Brightline’s “Bright Green 2, and Bright Pink 2” Arrive in Orlando, Florida
Brightline, America’s only eco-friendly intercity rail provider, has expanded its fleet with the addition of two new trains, “Bright Green 2” and “Bright Pink 2,” bringing its total number of trains to be used for transporting passengers between Orlando and South Florida. These six-car trains, which include two locomotives and four passenger coaches each, traveled 3,000 miles across 10 states from the Siemens Rolling Stock facility in Sacramento to Brightline’s Vehicle Maintenance Facility located south of Orlando International Airport. The company’s commitment to providing a modern and eco-friendly travel experience is reflected in the design of the trains, equipped with hi-speed Wi-Fi and plug-in connections at every seat. The new station, located in the heart of the airport’s newest terminal, Terminal C, will connect Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach to Orlando.
The trains are among five new trainsets to arrive in Florida
Get ready to experience luxury and comfort like never before! Brightline, in partnership with Siemens Mobility, is bringing its newest train sets to America’s first and only private high-speed rail network. The stainless-steel coaches are made with components from more than 160 suppliers across 27 states, and designed with special ergonomic seating, contemporary communication systems, and enhanced Wi-Fi. The Venture train set exceeds ADA requirements from end to end with wide aisles, wheelchair storage, and fully accessible restrooms. Learn about Bright Red 2 and Bright Blue 2, and the final trainset set to arrive in Florida later this year. Find out how these new train sets represent Brightline’s commitment to investing billions in American infrastructure.
Brightline is leading the way in modern, environmentally-friendly, and high-speed rail service in the United States. Currently operating in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, the company is set to open stations in Aventura and Boca Raton by the end of 2022 and launch its Orlando station in 2023. With a focus on providing a guest-centric experience, Brightline has been recognized by Fast Company as one of the Most Innovative Companies in travel. The company aims to expand its award-winning service to additional city pairs and congested corridors across the country that are too close to fly and too far to drive, including plans to connect Las Vegas to Southern California.