LYNX (Website | Facebook) announced proposed changes to allow for easier transfers between LYNX and SunRail.

The new changes will go into effect on April 13 in time for SunRail which will start operating this Spring.

SunRail is set up to be a commuter rail with peak operation during typical commuting hours.

The proposed changes are for most of the bus routes that were already near a SunRail stations to detour during those peak hours to the SunRail station.

While the exact times for the reroutes to SunRail vary by route they tend to be generally around 5:30 a.m. to 8:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The proposal also include splitting the 436 route into two separate routes starting at the Longwood SunRail station.

You can see the details of the proposed changes here and the routes will be updated soon on the LYNX website and in Google Maps trip planner.

LYNX and SunRail will provide free transfers between the two services.

LYNX plans to hold a series of workshops on the proposed changes.

After the proposed route changes go into effect the following LYNX routes would provide connections at each of the eleven SunRail stations:

Sanford SunRail Station

  • 34 Sandford/GoldsboroO
  • 46E SR 46/Midway
  • 46W SR 46/Seminole Town Center

Lake Mary SunRail Station

  • 45 Lake Mary

Longwood SunRail Station

  • 434 SR 434 Crosstown
  • 505 Longwood/Winter Springs

Altamonte SunRail Station

  • 436N Altamonte Springs/Apopka
  • 436S Altamonte Springs / Orlando International Airport

Maitland SunRail Station

  • 102 Orange Avenue/South U.S. 17-92

Winter Park SunRail Station

  • 01 Winter Park/Altamonte Springs
  • 09 Winter Park/Rosemont
  • 14 Calvary Towers
  • 23 Winter Park/Springs Village
  • 102 Orange Avenue/South U.S. 17-92
  • 443 Lee Road Crosstown

Florida Hospital/Health Village SunRail Station

  • 125 Silver Star Road Crosstown
  • 102 Orange Avenue/South U.S. 17-92

LYNX Central Station SunRail Station

  • Orange LYMMO
  • Most LYNX routes start or terminate at LYNX Central Station

Church Street SunRail Station

  • Grapefruit LYMMO
  • Various LYNX routes travel down Orange Ave.

Orlando Health/Amtrak SunRail Station

  • 40 Americana Blvd./Universal Orlando

Sand Lake SunRail Station

  • 11 South Orange Avenue/Orlando International Airport
  • 111 Orlando International Airport/Sea World
  • 18 South Orange Avenue/Kissimmee
  • 42 International Drive / Orlando International Airport
  • 208 Downtown Kissimmee Xpress

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