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Brightline - Orlando Station - Orlando - NOW OPEN: Brightline's Orlando station is located in the new state-of-the art Intermodal Terminal Facility at Orlando International Airport. Brightline will connect over six million guests between Central and South Florida with modern, eco-friendly hospitality-driven travel. Brightline covers 235 miles between Miami and Orlando and the new route will take between 3 and 3.5 hours depending on South Florida station stops.

Bradenton Water Ferry - Bradenton - Late 2023: The Bradenton area is excited to welcome a brand new water ferry launching in 2023. This city-to-sand water taxi will connect Bradenton to the Anna Maria City Pier, Bradenton Beach's Historic Bridge Street Pier and the Coquina Beach South Boat Ramp, making it even easier for residents and visitors to head to the beach! The service will run Friday through Sunday (additional days may be added) from 10:30 a.m. until 9:30 p.m., and can accommodate up to 49 passengers. One way tickets for adults will run $8, $6 for seniors and $5 for children, with children under 3 riding for free.


FlixBus - Florida Keys - NOW OPEN: Opened in Fall 2022, FlixBus, the European intercity mobility company offering bus and rail services in 36 countries, has added two new Keys stops: in Key Largo and on Big Pine Key. In Key Largo, buses stop at 99501 Overseas Highway for southbound trips and at 99551 Overseas Highway for northbound trips. On Big Pine Key southbound trips stop at the U.S. Post Office parking lot at 29959 Overseas Highway, while northbound trips depart from a pullover spot at 30026 Overseas Highway. 

Old Seven Mile Bridge Tram - Marathon - NOW OPEN: Opened in Fall 2022, in the Middle Keys, a new 60-passenger tram, sporting a locomotive front and two 30-passenger coaches, is now transporting visitors along a 2.2-mile span of the historic Old Seven Mile Bridge to Pigeon Key. The bridge, nicknamed "Old Seven," was originally the centerpiece of railroad magnate Henry Flagler's Florida Keys Over-Sea Railroad, which debuted in 1912 and connected the Keys with each other and mainland Florida for the first time. Pigeon Key, a five-acre island nestled beneath the bridge, was once home to about 400 workers constructing the railroad.