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MIAMI — It’s sometimes called the Branson Effect — a reference to South Florida’s intercity passenger rail system: Brightline. And its influence is being felt not only in extensive commercial development that includes the state’s tallest building but also as a model for other Florida areas looking at similar systems.

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