The drive between Miami and Fort Lauderdale is a headache and frustration prompting commute for some Florida inhabitants. In case there is road work obstructions or accident traffic, the drive can be affected by a couple of hours. Fortunately, the Bright line train associated with Wes Edens is set to provide an excellent option.
Some parts of the United States have only privately owned and operated passenger rail structures. The Bright line train will give another ideal alternative for people who regularly travel between the two Cities in South Florida. Operations of the train started on 19th May 2018 in Miami. Likewise, Brightline has been handling routes between West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale from the starting of the year. Nevertheless, having services that reach to the City of Magic is a great achievement to optimize traffic and furthermore provide suburbanites a much more accommodating travel choice.
Those using the train will have the chance to enjoy USB ports, complimentary Wi-Fi, and power outlets while comfortably seated in leather seats and strolling down the broad walkways. Food and lounges services are also accessible. The bright line which has the objectives of actualizing this type of suburbanite’s rail merits in several Cities around the U.S. is a subsidiary of Fortress Investment Group.
Wes Edens and Fortress Investment Group have established serious strategies to enlarge the West Miami Palm Beach course all the way to Orlando, that is; approximately 235 miles away. Even though the course is a bit far way, by the time of its finishing, the train will transverse a distance of 125 miles in only an hour, hence reducing movement time between the two Cities in only two hours.
Under the Wes Edens leadership, Fortress Investment Group is thus dedicated to link Dallas and Houston via Bright line train and even connect several other routes such as Charlotte and Atlanta and St. Louis and Chicago in the near future.
On the other hand, the co-founder of Fortress Investment Group, Wes Edens, and Egyptian billionaire Nassef Sawiris have agreed to purchase a high stake in Aston Villa by investing money into the English soccer team that by a whisker missed the lucrative Premier League the previous season. Wes Edens has always been ready for a fl inanciaprofession which is why he pursued his career and studied at Oregon State University where he graduated with a degree in Finance & Business Administration in 1984.