A group opposing the All Aboard Florida high-speed rail line will get a sit-down with officials from the governor's office to discuss their concerns.
CARE FL wrote to Rick Scott last month, asking for the opportunity to talk about things like safety and how first responder access may be affected by the 32 trains rolling through the area on a daily basis.
The group also wants to know why All Aboard Florida is requesting a federal loan, if it is a privately funded project.
They will meet with the governor's staff and the Department of Transportation today.
All Aboard Florida will run from Miami to Orlando, with stops in West Palm Beach and Fort Lauderdale. The first leg of the line, from Miami to West Palm Beach, is expected to be up and running by the end of 2016.