SunRail starts running tomorrow with free service for the first two weeks. We’ll be covering the launch of Orlando’s first commuter rail with a series of stories on Riding SunRail. We've been giving you a look at what it looks like at...
Events this weekend will draw thousands of visitors to Downtown Orlando, so the City of Orlando has issued a Transportation advisory for travelers in the area who may be affected by road closures or excessive traffic. Travelers are encouraged to...
We told you HERE in April that scooters probably weren't coming to Orlando any time soon but we are (tentatively) happy to say that the imaginary scooter timeline seems to have sped up.
UPDATE: This service has been extended through December.    SunRail and Bombardier are teaming up to run special late-night trains for their southbound riders, leaving from Church Street Station. The later train service will be offered during six Orlando Magic home games...
"SGA has indicated they do not wish to fund the service any longer due to low ridership. The money saved from the elimination of the 212 will most likely be invested into other transportation services for the UCF student...
Construction on the new Denning Drive multi-use trail is scheduled to begin on Monday, October 9. We first wrote about the Denning Drive road diet HERE in 2015. The trail project will be divided into three phases, with the first...
On May 14 we wrote a Bring to Orlando column that petitioned LYNX to consider bringing in a third party company to sell privately funded Smart bus shelters - because we deserve fancy things.
Governor Ron DeSantis signed a bill on Tuesday that will legalize electric scooters in Florida. HB 453: Micromobility Devices has gone into effect immediately and allows companies to operate anywhere in the state,...
According to local transit watchdog blog, SunRail Riders (Website), there were over 12,000 boarding this past Saturday for weekend service. The Florida Department of Transportation offices reported that there were 12,842 boardings this past Saturday. There were multiple reports of...
Orlando's homegrown Juice Bike Share could be getting its first real competition soon, in the form of Chinese bike share company, ofo. Ofo (Website) was founded in 2014 and is arguably one of, if not the, first dockless bike sharing platform...
The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) wants to let Central Florida residents know that roundabouts are safe and work, or rather that, "Roundabouts are cool, yo." September 16-20 is National Roundabouts Week if you...
The Orlando Bike Coalition (Facebook | Website) has partnered with REI and the City of Orlando to install a bicycle Fixit station in Ivanhoe Village at Gaston Edwards Park. An unveiling ceremony will...
All UCF students, faculty, and staff are now able to ride all LYNX routes at no cost if they show a valid UCF-issue ID card. This deal also includes KnightLYNX routes that serve the main campus between 6 p.m. and...
Kimley-Horn has released their 24-page report on how to improve parking in Downtown Winter Park. The report was commissioned by the City of Winter Park to address residents' concern of a growing parking issue in the Park Avenue shopping corridor....
EDIT: This townhall is specifically for District 5 residents. The Florida Department of Transportation will be hosting a week-long virtual public hearing on their Tentative Five-Year Work Program for fiscal years through 2023/24, starting Monday, December 10. The Five-Year Work Program...
A recent draft of a proposed Complete Streets policy for the City of Orlando will be reviewed during the September Municipal Planning Board meeting. Edgewater Drive was recently highlighted as a national model of complete streets in a report released by Smart Growth...
SunRail will be offering special train service on December 28 and January 1 for those looking to attend the Camping World Bowl and/or the Citrus Bowl. The Camping World Bowl at Camping World Stadium (Virginia Tech vs. Oklahoma State) will...
Red Bull has decked 100 Juice bikes in rainbows in honor of Come Out With Pride this month. The Pride-themed bikes will be available through Friday, October 19 at limited racks in Downtown Orlando, including Lake Eola, the Downtown library,...
LYNX has signed a partnership deal with ridesharing giant, Lyft, to enhance their ACCESS LYNX program. The deal will allow LYNX to meet the demand of their para-transit passengers during peak utilization periods by enabling their passengers to use Lyft's...
Lime will relaunch a limited fleet of scooters for public use today, Friday, May 8, after having removed them from the streets during the pandemic. Along with the relaunch comes the new Lime...
Orlandoan, Mike DiMauro, launched a petition on Change.org to have SunPass to waive fees for customers caught in a mess created as a result of a technological snafu. The aforementioned snafu comes as a result of a failed upgrade to the...
According to local transit watchdog blog, SunRail Riders (Website), the commuter train leadership team is considering switching away from ticket vending machines, in favor of a mobile payment app. There have been a number of hiccups lately with the ticketing...
UPDATE: Central Avenue should reopen by 9 a.m. Tuesday, December 5 We often get photographs from our Bungalower readers of things that are happening around town so we feature them on the site in a series called Eyes on the Street, in...
The City of Orlando has awarded a Professional Engineering Services contract to HDR Engineering, Inc., to update the City of Orlando Bicycle Plan. Two firms responded to a Request for Qualifications Statements for Professional Engineering Services in December, 2017; Toole...
EDIT: We originally described Brightline as "high-speed" rail, which is incorrect. Brightline is expected to travel at an average speed of 80 miles per hour. The average definition of high speed rail is between 120 to 160 miles per...