BUILD A REGIONAL RAIL NETWORK & A MULTI-USE PATH
The Florida East Coast Corridor, an active freight rail line proposed for passenger service, could be developed with a paved path for cyclists and pedestrians. Ultimately this path could provide a 230-mile rail-with-trail from Orlando to Miami with segments connecting cities and towns inbetween. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to connect the communities within the region.
The path would help move people to and from the regional rail networks including the Coastal Link and All Aboard Florida stations, improve safety by reducing trespassing on the tracks, and create an amenity to the communities that are going to be impacted by the new rail service.