Brightline Quiet Zones Update - May 9, 2018
On Monday, May 7, Brightline notified the Transportation Planning Agency that all quiet zone work for the supplemental safety measures, including "no train horn" signs, had been completed, with the exception of Boynton Beach. As a result, the City of Boca Raton submitted the required Notice of Establishment (NOE) for implementation of the Quiet Zone for the City of Boca Raton on May 9, 2018. This action has initiated the 21 day period for implementation.
For any additional comments, questions or concerns, contact Brightline at firstname.lastname@example.org or Brightline Reception at (305) 521-4800.
View Quiet Zone Letter of Notice to Establish a Quiet Zone on the FEC Railway in the City of Boca Raton
View Brightline's Quiet Zone Improvements Letter to Palm Beach Transportation Planning Agency (TPA)
Brightline's Safety Programs
The Brightline express passenger rail train is currently running on the Florida East Coast corridor which runs near Dixie Hwy. With 10 railroad crossings within the City of Boca Raton, it's always important to be mindful of Brightline's safety program.
Railroad Crossings in the City of Boca Raton (North to South)
- Hidden Valley Blvd.
- Yamato Road
- Spanish River Blvd.
- NW 28th Street
- NW 20th Street
- Glades Road
- NW 2nd Street
- Palmetto Park Road
- Camino Real
- SW 18th Street
Brightline is the new benchmark for travel by train in America with express inter-city passenger rail service connecting Miami, Fort Lauderdale and West Palm Beach, with future service to Orlando. Providing a travel option that lives at the intersection of transportation and hospitality, the service will ease the stress of traffic, provide a simple and intuitive experience from door to destination, and foster new opportunities to explore more of Southeast Florida. Brightline is the only privately owned, operated and maintained passenger rail system in the United States. For more information, visit: www.gobrightline.com.