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Projects: Miami Central Station

National Amtrak &
Greyhound Systems

Amtrak is a national heavy-rail transportation system. The Amtrak rail line spans over 21,000 miles across the United States offering intercity service to 500 destinations. The Silver Meteor and Silver Star both operate the New York -Orlando - Miami route daily. Currently, the Miami Amtrak Station is six miles from Miami International Airport in Northwest Miami-Dade. An extension of the current Amtrak rail line from the Miami Amtrak Station to the Miami Central Station is underway and should begin service in the fall of 2017.

Photo credit: Amtrak/Alex Mayes.

Greyhound is the nation's largest long-distance intercity bus transportation system. Greyhound buses traveled nearly 5.5 billion passenger miles in 2012, across 46 US states and served more than 3,800 destinations across North America. The Greyhound Miami Station has been relocated to the Miami Central Station.

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