GET FROM A → B
There are several ways to get around Orlando and Central Florida, but arguably the easiest and most environmentally friendly include some of our local public transportation options. Luckily, there are plenty of options you can take to work, class, or your favorite entertainment hub downtown through the SunRail or LYNX and Lymmo services.
SunRail is a Central Florida passenger rail system serving the City of Orlando and
SunRail currently runs 34 train trips per day, Monday through Friday, with
riders used the SunRail in the 2018 fiscal year.
As part of SunRail’s 2019 safety campaign, “Let’s Go For ZERO!”, a sign-spinner informed (and kept a running tally of) cars parked on the tracks each day.
As part of a partnership with LYNX, Valencia College students and employees can ride the LYNX system
In 2018, 25,117,921 passenger trips were made, with more than
rides provided each weekday.
Lynx services three major Central Florida counties, covering
with more than 1.8 million residents.
If you ride a bike to a LYNX bus stop, you are more than welcome to attach it to the front rack of the bus.
LYMMO is a
downtown ride service that partners with the city of Orlando to help you get from point A to point B at no cost to you.
LYNX became the
in the nation to build, operate and blend its own biodiesel fueling station.
LYNX uses nearly
of bio-friendly fuel per year for their diesel buses.