Here’s what’s next for SunRail DeLand expansion

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SunRail is lining up a debut this summer for its DeLand expansion.


The commuter rail service soon will begin testing for the 12.2 miles of new track from DeBary to DeLand, officials said during a Central Florida Commuter Rail commission on May 23. SunRail will coordinate with the Federal Railroad Administration to test trains without passengers between the two cities’ stations.

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FDOT spokeswoman Cindi Lane told Orlando Business Journal the goal is to debut the service to passengers sometime this summer, though an exact date has not been selected yet.

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