Watch: First look inside high-speed train service coming to Orlando

A high-speed train service won?t start picking up passengers at Orlando International Airport until 2022, but Eyewitness News traffic anchor Racquel Asa got a sneak peak of it Thursday.

A high-speed train service won’t start picking up passengers at Orlando International Airport until 2022, but Eyewitness News traffic anchor Racquel Asa got a sneak peak of it Thursday.

The leg connecting West Palm to OIA will reach speeds as fast as 125 mph, faster than the 79 mph the current service from West Palm to Miami travels.

It will take miles of new track to connect Orlando to West Palm, but much of that work is already underway.

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See the video above for a full look at the upcoming train service.