Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Central Florida is soon to operate its brand new super commuter train service. Within weeks SunRail will provide transportation in peek time every 30 minutes and at non peek times every two hours. No service yet at the weekends.
Phase one is 32miles long with 12 stations connecting DeBary with Sand Lake Road, near Orlando International Airport.
Phase two will go to DeLand in Volusia County in the North and in the South to Poinciana Osceola County including Kissimmee. Due for completion in 2016.
More information can be found on SunRail's Facebook page.
Posted by Steve Crowther at 7:15 AM