Honda has been leasing its fleet of Honda Civic vehicles in Florida since March 1.

Now that the lease agreement with the state has been completed, Honda is officially taking over the lease of the fleet in Florida.

According to the Florida Department of Transportation, the lease will be between the company and the Florida Transportation Authority.

Honda said it will use the proceeds from the lease to build a $1 billion high-speed rail line that will connect the state to the Gulf Coast and the East Coast.

The line will start in Tallahassee and will end in Orlando.

According the Florida Office of Economic Development, Honda leased its fleet for nearly $3.4 billion from the state.

It also leased about 6.4 million vehicles from other states, totaling about $6 billion in revenue for the state of Florida.