The Florida Department of Transportation announced today that passengers can now purchase passes, cards and tickets to ride SunRail both online and at the station platforms. Passengers can ride SunRail for free until May 16, but starting a week from...
EDIT: FDOT representatives have asked that we update this post with the following information: "Construction began February 2015. Regretably, there have been 5 worker fatalities. FDOT is demanding the contractor increase safety efforts...
The City of Orlando is considering an agreement with Atlanta-based Lincoln Church Street, LLC, to cover the costs of new commuter rail station that will be part of a new Downtown development called Tremont Tower. Lincoln was approved to build...
The Florida Department of Transportation District Five is currently in the third phase of the SunRail extension to the Orlando International Airport. The study is meant to measure the validity of a transit connection between the SunRail system and the...
UPDATE: Wheels e-scooters cost $1 to unlock and 29 cents a minute to ride. Wheels (Website), is the latest micro-mobility company to launch its fleet of dockless e-scooters in Orlando...
UPDATED April 30, 2014 based on the schedule that will be used on May 1 when service beings. As we get closer to the SunRail start date of May 1 we'll be walking you through some of the basics of...
A new Florida-based company called "Beep" just announced a deal with NAVYA (Website), a leader in the autonomous vehicle market to test their driverless vehicles in Lake Nona. Beep (Website) will lead testing...
All Aboard Florida has applied for a permit to begin construction of the Orlando segment of their new privately-owned and operated Brightline concept. This is the second phase of Brightline construction, the first being service between Miami and West...
Scooter and micro-mobility companies were given a heads up to remove their fleet from the Central Business District immediately due to ongoing protests in downtown Orlando. The temporary ban on scooters is effective...
Two years after the Corrine Drive Complete Streets Study was initiated in 2017, an official design recommendation has finally been released by project lead, MetroPlan Orlando. The new plan for Audubon Park's Corrine...
The National Transportation Noise Map tracks trends in transportation-related noise, including aviation and highway noise, and is part of the National Transportation Atlas Database (Website). The data is hoped to aid policy makers when making decisions based on noise-related transportation...
UPDATE: SCROLL DOWN FOR SERVICE SCHEDULE SunRail's next Saturday Service date will be on March 18. The date was selected in order to transport crowds to the Winter Park Sidewalk Art Festival, and the NCAA March Madness Tournament at the Amway Center. The...
LYNX was founded in May 1972 to serve Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties. It was known as Tri-County Transit until 1992 when it officially changed its name to LYNX and then to the Central Florida Regional Transportation...
The City of Orlando is interested in signing Canin Associates to assist with the second phase of a "one-way to two-way" study on both Orange Avenue and Magnolia Avenue in Orlando's North Quarter District (uptown), north of Colonial Drive. The...
The $2.3 billion I-4 Ultimate project is officially 260 days behind schedule. A recent report filed by I-4 Mobility Partners with the Florida Department Transportation states that the project, which was scheduled to...
The College Park Neighborhood Association recently issued a call for participation to help push forward plans with the Florida Department of Transportation to continue a Complete Street initiative for Edgewater Drive. The CPNA is asking for feedback via an Online Public...
With both Lime and HOPR operating their bikeshare fleets in Orlando and Uber's upcoming JUMP system, we keep expecting to see scooters scooting through our streets any day now, and yet, nothing. "Where my...
"whatcha know, Bungalow? Seen in new packing district area ..." - @thesuperrookie, Twitter JUMP (Website) is Uber's new electric bike share system, and it's coming to Orlando.
Orlando is ramping up to finally launch some scooters since passing the new Motorized Scooters Pilot Program ordinance this past December. At this time, roughly four different companies have applied for a scooter...
The City of Orlando will apply a Safe Street initiative to Curry Ford's streetscape this week stretching between South Bumby Avenue to South Crystal Lake Drive, making it a temporary biking and pedestrian-friendly oasis. Contractors are already onsite installing temporary...
The City of Orlando adopted some revisions to their regulatory framework concerning the operation of bike share companies this past October. As a result, the way has been paved for new bike share systems to plug into the Orlando market,...
Juice Bike Share was Orlando’s first public bike share program and it launched in 2016 2015 and since then, Juice riders have taken over 115,000 trips and ridden over 200,000 miles. But that will end on March...
A new protected cycle path is in the works for downtown Orlando as part of the long-awaited Orlando Bicycle Beltway project. The 8.5-mile Beltway will take riders throughout downtown Orlando via a connecter...
MetroPlan Orlando, the metropolitan planning organization for Orange, Osceola, and Seminole counties, has been carrying out a study to potentially reshape the Corrine Drive corridor from U.S. 17/92 to Bennett Road, in Audubon Park as part of a new...
SunRail has just released their new schedule for their 17-mile southern expansion, which will add four new stations to the local train service. The new stations include Tupperware, Downtown Kissimmee, Meadow Woods, and Poinciana. Trains will begin running the new...