All Aboard Florida unveils trains for Orlando-Miami service

Last Updated: Tuesday, November 10, 2015, 10:18 AM EST

A high-speed passenger rail service is moving forward and will soon make traveling from Orlando to Miami a lot easier.

All Aboard Florida on Monday unveiled trains and announced to rail will be called "Brightline."

The rail line is expected to be fully operational by 2017.

In Miami on Monday, project leaders gave a glimpse into rider experience about the privately owned and operated rail line.

"It's quicker," said Mike Reininger, president of All Aboard Florida. "It's just a smarter way to travel. It's faster than driving by a lot. It's about the same time to get between Miami and Orlando as it would be flying a plane, but it's more convenient. It's more reliable and it's more productive."

Trains are expected to reach speeds of up to 125 mph. The rail cars can carry more than 350 passengers and will offer Wi-Fi. 

Stations are currently being built in Miami, Fort Lauderdale, West Palm Beach and Orlando. The entire 235-mile route is expected to take about three hours.