ORLANDO, Fla. — SunRail will resume regular service for customers on Monday after shutting down service following Hurricane Nicole.
Following the storm, crews inspected and removed debris from the 61.5-mile Central Florida Rail Corridor, reinstalled railroad gates at 126 crossings, and tested signals to assure the safe resumption of service.
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According to a news release, customers who have weekly, monthly, or annual SunCard passes will get automatic credit for the days that service did not run.
In a statement, SunRail thanked its customers for their patience as service was restored as quickly and safely as possible.
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Sunrail reminded everyone to be cautious around trains and railroad crossings.
Learn about service updates and other SunRail information by following @RideSunRail, visiting SunRail.com, and downloading the official SunRail app.
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