On a quieter Sunday morning a Green Line service departs South Miami. This is the last year for these cars. The wrap advertises an express service offered on select rush hour runs.
The new Hitachi Metro Rail Cars ride over the tropical Miami River on an unsettled morning. The new cars are replacing the BURT's that have served MDT since 1984.
A Metrorail green line service departs right behind an orange line service (look closely) ahead of it. Trains were bunched up, two trains every 20-30 minutes as opposed to every 10 due to MOW.
Southernmost Point on the interconnected American passenger rail system. If one were to take a rail only journey in the USA this is as far south you can go via passenger trains.
A set of old Budd cars rolls across the highest bridge on the MDTA system. These cars were the last rapid transit cars ever built by Budd, will be replaced in the years ahead.
MDT green line train departs Vizcaya northbound for downtown Miami and eventually Palmetto. These Budd cars have served the system since 1984, replacements due 2015-17.
Green line train departs South Miami station bound for Dadeland south. These cars have rolled on the system for 30 years and were among the last built by Budd. Replacements arrive in 2015.
A metrorail train rushes out of Government Center. The area on the right is the planned site for the terminal of the FEC's All Aboard Florida project. These cars are due to be replaced in 2016.
A set of Bud cars among the last ever made for transit arrives at the tropical destination of Vizcaya with the Miami skyline in the distance.