There was some opposition to the railroad line being returned to service with claims that it would be as much of a problem to downtown traffic as container trucks and that the noise would be a disturbance to nearby residents However trains are occasional and will be reserved for specialty freight such as oversized loads and hazardous materials which will be banned from the tunnel. as well trains will be able to travel at up to 30 mph (50 km/h) on the newly renovated line in contrast to the old limit of 5 mph (8 km/h) and so will be able to cross Biscayne Boulevard in 90 seconds the current plan is for the line to be strictly for intermodal services with the project including a rail yard and station at the port However a passenger station may be added in the future. 1956 42.7% 480,371 57.3% 643,849, Contents Intercity rail Primera Casa 1969, I-95 which spans 382 miles in Florida enters the state near Jacksonville and continues along the Atlantic Coast through Daytona Beach the Melbourne/Titusville Palm Bay Vero Beach Fort Pierce Port Saint Lucie Stuart West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale before terminating in Downtown Miami it has interchanges with I-10 in Jacksonville and I-4 in Daytona Beach and there are four auxiliary routes associated with the interstate It is the longest north-south interstate with a total length of 1924 miles and terminates at the Canadian border northeast of Houlton Maine.
The first floor has numerous classrooms auditorium spaces and support services for students such as tutoring the writing center and technology assistance Also on the first floor is a snack stop and a Starbucks the second floor has the reference section cartography (GIS Center) circulation and numerous computer and printing labs the third floor is the home of the Medical Library and includes study lounges as well as a resource center for students of the Honors College the fourth floor houses the special collections department and university archives the fifth floor is the home of the School of Architecture Library as well as the music and audiovisual collections the sixth and seventh floors are strictly quiet floors and contain the general book collection plus numerous student study lounges the eighth floor contains the library's administration offices and technical services departments. !