Coastal Link Study
The Coastal Link Study, formerly known as the Tri-Rail Coastal Link Study as well as the South Florida East Coast Corridor (SFECC) Study, has been completed and two separate, but coordinated Project Development & Environment (PD&E) studies have moved forward with an anticipated third study not yet identified. The southern study is known as the Northeast Corridor (NE Corridor) study, being led by Miami-Dade County Department of Transportation and Public Works, extending from Downtown Miami to the City of Aventura along the existing Florida East Coast (FEC) railway for an approximate length of 14.5 miles. For more information on this project, please go to www.miamidadetpo.org/smartplan.asp and click on the Northeast Corridor updates/links.
The second study is known as the Broward Commuter Rail (BCR) study, and is being led by FDOT District 4 in conjunction with Broward County, who will also be responsible for implementation. This study begins at Aventura and goes north to Deerfield Beach in Broward County. The Project will run along the existing FEC railway for an approximate length of 27 miles. For more information on this project, please go to www.browardcommuterrailstudy.com