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Miami streets were full of fans as the Miami Heat players waved from the top of red buses.
The Miami Heat's win was not the only history-making event this past week.
During Monday’s victory parade for the championship team, the Tri-Rail, a commuter train from Miami to Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach, set a record. About 18,355 people rode the train, making it the third-highest daily ridership in the Tri-Rail’s history, the South Florida Regional Transportation Authority announced.
A five-car Diesel Multiple Unit was added to the system during Monday’s busy day. A separate three-car set operated with almost every inch of space occupied, SFRTA said. No disorderly conduct was witnessed by security guards.
The most passengers to ever take the train happened on June 16, 2011, also known as Dump the Pump Day, when 19,731 people ditched their cars. The second-highest ridership happened on June 23, 2006, the same day as another Miami Heat victory parade, with 18,613 riders.