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The 43-acre Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) will allow the FEC to increase its capacity from 100,000 to 450,000 lifts a year because the new near-dock facility will improve the transfer of both domestic and international containers between ships and rail.   (Source: fecrwy.com)

FEC Cut Ribbon On New Port Transfer Station

It’s a big day for the Florida East Coast Railway. On Monday, they officially opened their new state-of-the-art railroad transfer station at Port Everglades.

07/14/2014

The conductor of a southbound train on the Florida East Coast rail lines was unable to stop in time and struck a person on the tracks.  (Source: CBS4)

Deadly Train Accident In Pompano Beach

The conductor of a southbound train on the Florida East Coast rail lines was unable to stop in time and struck a person on the tracks.

03/26/2014

The Florida East Coast Railway will restore freight rail service between Port Miami and major U.S. markets in October 2013.  (Source: PortMiami)

PortMiami Freight Rail Service Restored

The Florida East Coast Railway will restore freight rail service between PortMiami and major U.S. markets in October.

CBS Miami–09/30/2013

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Gov. Scott Commits $13M To Port Everglades Improvements

As Port Miami progresses with its upgrade, Port Everglades is slated for improvements as well.

CBS4–01/18/2013

(Source: AP)

Decision On Miami-to-Orlando Train To Come Tuesday

On Tuesday, Disney-lovers, vacationers and business travelers alike will learn whether a train will be built that transports them from Miami to Orlando International Airport.

CBS4–12/14/2012

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Broward Cuts Deal With FEC Over Port Rail Line

More than a dozen years in the works, a new railroad transfer station at Port Everglades is one step closer to reality.

CBS4–01/31/2012

(Photo Credit: CBS4) The official groundbreaking of the $50 million rail project at the Port of Miami on Friday, July 5, 2011.

Groundbreaking For $50M Port Of Miami Rail Project

There was a special groundbreaking at the Port of Miami Friday for a major construction project that will allow the Port to do something it hasn’t done in years, directly connect to the mainland by railroad.

07/15/2011

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