What’s next for the proposed SunRail/Brightline Sunshine Corridor

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The Central Florida Commuter Rail Commission will get some initial information on the Sunshine Corridor this week.


SunRail’s governing board on Sept. 28 will get a presentation on the proposed shared corridor between Miami-based intercity passenger train Brightline and commuter rail service SunRail. The corridor would connect Orlando International Airport with train stations at the Orange County Convention Center and South International Drive.

A presentation for the meeting includes some of the potential transfer points, including the possibility to connect the airport with Lynx Central bus and train station, as well as the train stations at Church Street, Orlando Health, Sand Lake Road, Meadow Woods, Tupperware and Kissimmee.

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