LYNX will be extending one of its free Lymmo routes into the Sodo Main Street following a ribbon-cutting ceremony this Tuesday, March 28.

The Lime Line will now run from the North Quarter to LYNX Central Station and then continue southward to the Beardall Senior Center and Lake Lucerne neighborhood with stops at Division Avenue, Anderson Street, Delaney Avenue, Gore Street, Orange Avenue, South Street, and Garland Avenue.

The frequency will also increase on the Grapefruit Line, which runs west-to-east from Westmoreland Drive to Summerlin Avenue, with buses arriving every eight minutes during the weekdays from 8:30 a.m.-5:15 p.m. and every 15 minutes early mornings, nights, and weekends. 

The fare-free, circulating LYMMO buses were among the first of their kind in the U.S. to have their own dedicated lanes, known as bus rapid transit (BRT) and they are funded by the City of Orlando’s Community Redevelopment Agency.

Brendan O'Connor

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