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Orlando and Phoenix are twins separated by humidity.

Both are creatures of Southern sprawl, popular in winter and among the most dangerous for pedestrians.

Each has a humongous university next door and a satellite campus downtown. The airport in Orlando ranks as the nation’s 11th busiest and Phoenix as 13th. Both tout city-center professional sports.

But only one has a robust and growing passenger-train system, connecting communities, airport, campuses, sports venues and stopping every dozen minutes from 4 a.m. to midnight.

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