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Day One for O'Malley Means Day One for Tampa
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The hope for bringing high(er) speed rail to Tampa actualized a bit more last week with the announcement that a CSX executive has left the company to join Brightline, starting today (July 16). It's being widely impressed in the reports that this is in some way a direct result of Brightline's strategy to connect Tampa and Orlando as part of the same high(er) speed rail network it is building on Florida's east coast.

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Bill O'Malley profile picture from Twitter account.

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