Reportedly, Disney decided not to host the station at Disney Springs after Brightline altered their plans to include stops on International Drive to service Universal Orlando Resort and other attractions.
The new station, according to Brightline’s senior vice president of corporate affairs Ben Porritt, will be “near the original Disney Springs site, albeit not on land owned by Disney.”
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