•   
  •   
  •   

Opinion Brightline suspends South Florida train service for months

02:00  23 may  2020
02:00  23 may  2020 Source:   msn.com

Virus in New York: Ads to warn about rare pediatric syndrome

  Virus in New York: Ads to warn about rare pediatric syndrome New York City is launching a public service campaign to inform parents about a rare syndrome that is thought to be linked to COVID-19 and has been diagnosed in more than 80 children in the city, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday. 

A high speed train service that operates between Miami and West Palm Beach is suspending service “ for the coming months " because of the coronavirus After Richard Branson announced his Virgin Group would partner with Brightline , Florida ’s new higher-speed passenger rail service , a train

Virgin Trains USA said Wednesday that it won’t restart its fledgling railroad service in Florida for months , even as the state begins As South Florida starts its phased re-opening, the team at Brightline is monitoring current events and evaluating scenarios for providing passenger service .

FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) — A high speed train service that operates between Miami and West Palm Beach announced Wednesday it is suspending service “for the coming months" because of the coronavirus pandemic.

Virgin Trains USA, which was formerly known as Brightline, made an announcement on its social media platforms. The company did not say when service might resume.

“Due to CDC social distancing guidelines, mandated work-from-home policies and other considerations, it is expected to take a long period of time for service demand to return to pre-virus levels,” a Twitter post said.

The company said it is continuing construction of a West Palm Beach to Orlando route. It is also moving forward with planned stations at the Port of Miami, Aventura and Boca Raton, the tweet said.

The train service also has a station in Fort Lauderdale.

Andre Drummond: So generous is the tip of the NBA star .
© Getty Images Entertainment-Andre-Drummond-Trinkgeld.jpg NBA star Andre Drummond gave the waitress Kasandra Diaz an unforgettable working day. Because she had no idea who exactly she was serving. The waitress in a Florida restaurant didn't start to notice how much tip the guest had left her. The bill for the NBA star was just under 150 euros. He just put $ 1,000 on it. The waitress was slightly shocked by the generosity of the Corona crisis.

—   Share news in the SOC. Networks
usr: 0
This is interesting!