Train trips may take longer, but they are more affordable than flying and they offer unique glimpses of America’s vast countryside.
In many fields, workers are always told to measure twice and cut once. State transportation officials working on a new train station at Miami International Airport might need to be told that axiom again.
Broward Sheriff’s Office investigators are trying to determine how an Amtrak train and a car collided Wednesday in Pompano Beach, killing the motorist.
A Miami-bound Amtrak train from New York crashed into a dump truck just south of Orlando Thursday morning, according to CBS’ Orlando affiliate, WKMG.
A person is dead after being struck by an Amtrak train in Pompano Beach early Tuesday evening.
Getting from Miami International Airport to the rental car center and other ground transportation is a lot easier for travelers this weekend. All they have to do is take the train, known as the MIA mover, a quarter-billion dollar component in creating a transportation linking air travel and ground travel.
Amtrak passengers in South Florida who expected to hop a train Monday for New York or other points north will have to wait a couple more days.
Authorities up and down the East Coast have a simple message for anyone planning to travel in that area this weekend, stay home.
In anticipation of the arrival of a very dangerous Hurricane Irene, Amtrak is canceling all train service south of Washington D.C. on Friday, Saturday and Sunday.