Commuting between the cities of Miami and Fort Lauderdale is supposed to take you less than 45 minutes. However, this is not always the case. To this held you might end up spending more than one hour mainly due to traffic and other gridlocks on the road.
Fortunately, Mr. Wes Edens has come up with one of the most poised ways to commute within and around most of the cities that are located on the southern side of Florida through the brightline train services. This privately owned facility is aimed at making commutes for individuals living in Florida bliss. The journey between the above two cities that can end up taking more than one hour will now be taking less than 30 minutes.
Additionally, passengers on board will enjoy additional services including free Wi-Fi, food services and comfortable leather seats. This development will also take care of workers who like alternative traveling methods to get to them to their jobs instead of driving. Similarly, Brightline: train services will stand to address the issue of travel distances that are not long enough to take a flight, but they are too long to drive.
The Ownership of Brightline
This railway system is owned and managed by fortress investment group. This is one of the alternative investment firms that was incepted by Wes Edens. Additional development in the enhancement of the services that will be offered by this train system includes the establishment of a new station in Miami that will be in charge of more than five blocks. However, according to some of the seasoned real estate experts, the services of this train is expected to turn around the commute services in the region, but the charges along some paths are also likely to increase.
About Wes Edens
Wes Edens attended the Oregon state university where he earned a degree in finance. After school, he served in various capacities before he finally incepted the fortress investment group in 1998. Since then wes has held the position of the chairperson and the CEO as well. Fortress investment group has its headquarters in New York, but it also has various operational plants in other parts of the globe.