All Aboard Florida's showing off the design today for the Fort Lauderdale station.
The unveiling happening at 10am at the future site on Northwest 2nd avenue between Broward Boulevard and Northwest 4th street.
Ground breaking's expected later this summer.
All Aboard will connect Miami and Orlando with stops in Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach.
It'll really move. The train's expected to be similar to the high-speed Acela trains in the Northeast. They'll travel at 80 miles an hour between Miami and West Palm beach and then hit 110 as it heads toward Orlando.
The train service is expected to start in 2016.
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