Brightline announcing a $25-million federal grant to improve safety along its Florida rail corridor.
Patrick Goddard, President of Brightline, says they'll also be installing 33 miles of fencing at locations of frequent trespassing, edge delineators and rail dynamic envelopes at rail crossings.
Goddard says they'll also be installing 150 additional warning signs and around 170 additional suicide crisis line signs along the rail corridor with everything to be implemented by 2023.
Goddard says F-DOT and Brightline are each kicking in another $10-million to bring the total investment to $45-million.
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