Brightline officially unveiled its Orlando station on Thursday, and the high-speed train is expected to start selling tickets to and from the central Florida stop next May.

Tickets between Miami and Orlando will go on sale in May with one-way fares starting at $79 and premium one-way seats starting at $149.

Packages for families of four will be available for less than $199 each way.

The company said service between Orlando and South Florida will begin this summer, but did not give an exact date.

Brightline’s schedule between Central and South Florida will include 16 daily round trips, with hourly departures to the North and South.

Nonstop trains will connect Orlando and Miami in just under 3 hours, with regular trains taking 30 minutes longer.

This is what part of the train station looks like in Orlando (BRIGHTLINE)

The new 37,350 square foot station is located at Orlando International Airport.

Brightline operates from downtown Miami to downtown West Palm Beach with an intermediate stop in downtown Fort Lauderdale. Two new stations in Aventura and Boca Raton opened in December.

High-speed trains can reach speeds in excess of 70 mph.

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