The Florida Department of Transportation has extended its Train-To-The-Game program with SunRail (Website), which offers later train services on weeknights when Orlando Magic (Website) hosts a home game.

The program launched in 2022, giving fans another transportation option to get safely in and out of downtown Orlando during the game. All Magic ticket holders can ride SunRail for free to and from the games just by showing a hard copy or electronic copy of their ticket to SunRail conductors when boarding.

The SunRail Church Street stop is just a block away from the Amway Center and easy to navigate on foot.

The program will run for a total of 27 weekday home games in the 2023-24 season, including the following:

  • Wednesday, October 25 vs. Houston RocketsMonday
  • November 6 vs. Dallas MavericksTuesday
  • November 21 vs. Toronto Raptors
  • Wednesday, November 22 vs. Denver Nuggets
  • Friday, November 24 vs. Boston Celtics (2:30 PM start time, no extended service)
  • Wednesday, November 29 vs. Washington Wizards
  • Friday, December 1 vs. Washington Wizards
  • Monday, December 11 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Wednesday, December 20 vs. Miami Heat
  • Wednesday, December 27 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
  • Friday, December 29 vs. New York Knicks
  • Tuesday, January 9 vs. Minnesota Timberwolves
  • Friday, January 19 vs. Philadelphia 76ers
  • Monday, January 22 vs. Cleveland Cavaliers
  • Thursday, February 8 vs. San Antonio Spurs
  • Tuesday, February 13 vs. Oklahoma City Thunder
  • Wednesday, February 14 vs. New York Knicks
  • Tuesday, February 27 vs. Brooklyn Nets
  • Thursday, February 29 vs. Utah Jazz
  • Wednesday, March 13 vs. Brooklyn Nets
  • Tuesday, March 19 vs. Charlotte Hornets
  • Thursday, March 21 vs. New Orleans Pelicans
  • Wednesday, March 27 vs. Golden State Warriors
  • Friday, March 29 vs. Los Angeles Clippers

Brendan O'Connor

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