A quote taken from the Miami Herald article immediately linked by Mr. Aficionado:
Several factors played a role in the delay of the Miami Central Station opening, including unfinished work and a dispute between public agencies
Elsewhere, I learned that this dispute regards liability between Tri Rail's and the Center's public agencies, or otherwise, a Tri Rail passenger, not necessarily transferring to a flight, gets hurt somewhere within the facility. It sure appears to be a case of "government suing government", but then as anyone around here who has spent any time in the labyrinth known as "Disneyland on the Potomac" will simply say "what else is new?".
This is simply one more reason that I believe Amtrak, if the decision ultimately is theirs to make, will just as soon stay put.
Since later this month, I expect to make a transfer there between United Airlines, the Airport, the People Mover, Metro Rail, and v.v. (also Metrorail to Metro mover at Gov Ctr, but that's all the same agency), I have to be astounded over this apparent "much ado about nothing". Lest we forget, even if this land is underserved with "plane to the train" transfers, there are enough of such to set legal precedent.
Hath our barristers around here such as Mr. Dunville, a comment to make?