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SunRail Will Run for Orlando City Soccer Opener

SunRail ridership numbers continue to struggle, even with sporadic Saturday service being offered, but now Florida Department of Transportation officials are confirming a special Sunday service on March 5th. This is a privately funded initiative sponsored by Orlando City soccer, the Downtown Orlando Foundation and the Downtown Orlando Partnership. . The… [read more]

SunRail’s Summer Slump Continues

Central Florida’s SunRail remains stuck in a summer ridership slump, even despite all the I-4 Ultimate construction. In fact, the noticeable drop in ridership this year began when Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Teresa Jacobs delivered public speeches essentially begging the community to ride the train. It… [read more]

SunRail Ridership Stuck at Low Levels

As SunRail enters the final stretch of its second year in service, the commuter train is still struggling to attract new riders. SunRail is servicing less than 2,000 people each day it runs, on average. According to the February Conductor’s Report, 3,673 total riders, or just over 1,800 round-trip commuters, were… [read more]