Brightline Plans to Travel to Walt Disney World
The Brightline rail system is a new form of train travel. In its upcoming initiatives, Brightline plans to travel to Walt Disney World!
Current travel trends have made new-age trains an optimal form of transportation. For example, more people wish for a touchless travel experience, the ability to work while traveling, and a more eco-friendly form of travel.
Brightline has a 100% Carbon Neutral footprint, and it has Metrorail, Metromover, and Tri-rail access. In addition, it is one of the Fast Company’s World’s Most Innovative Companies of 2020, and it has served 2 million passengers.
Henceforth, the industry needs a company like Brightline! This rail system travels at high speeds and offers millions of travelers an eco-friendly option of going to the nation’s most visited cities.
Brightline launched in Florida in 2018; however, the pandemic temporarily suspended its services. This new-age rail system aims to take cars off the road.
Two key routes are Brightline Florida and Brightline West. Indeed, Disney resorts have very potential and convenient routes on both coasts!
Brightline Florida will bring passengers to locations such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach, and Orlando. Therefore, the system connects South Florida and Central Florida in 2022.
The Future of Florida Travel is BRIGHTline
At this time, Brightline plans to run from the Orlando International Airport to Walt Disney World and Tampa; however, Universal Orlando has an objection! Check out the Tweet below from Fox 35 Orlando.
Right now Brightline's plan is to have the high-speed train run from the Orlando International Airport to Walt Disney World and Tampa. But Universal wants the route to stop in their area first. https://t.co/kA1VqDhxea
— FOX 35 Orlando (@fox35orlando) July 16, 2021
Indeed, Universal Orlando aims to have an additional stop along Brightline’s Central Florida route. Universal wants the route to travel along the tourist district of International Drive before going to Walt Disney World, which would include Universal Orlando and the Orange County Convention Center.