Public Transit

Bus Service

LYNX provides regularly scheduled bus service throughout Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake Counties. Daily fixed-route local bus service accommodates more than 85,000 passenger trips each weekday, spanning an area of approximately 2,500 square miles, with a resident population of more than 1.8 million. Small portions of Polk and Volusia Counties are served as well.

Other LYNX services include: LYMMO, which provides fare-free Downtown Orlando circulator service; FASTLINK, LYNX’ weekday morning and afternoon commuter service designed to provide quicker connections by reducing stops along specific corridors; Vanpool, a commuter assistance program; ACCESS LYNX, which provides paratransit service throughout the community; Neighborlink, LYNX’ flexible community circulator service; Xpress service, which provides direct trips from Lake and Osceola Counties; and the Road Rangers Program, sponsored by State Farm, which provides roadside assistance to I-4 motorists.

Rail Line Systems

The existing passenger railroad system includes Amtrak and SunRail.

SunRail provides Central Florida with commuter rail service from DeBary in Volusia County to Sand Lake Road in Orange County. Service started May 1, 2014, and just recently expanded evening hours. SunRail is ADA compliant and bike-friendly, and includes restrooms, power outlets and free wifi.  For further information regarding SunRail stations, schedules and fares, please visit their website

City of Orlando Quiet Zone


What is a Quiet Zone?

  • A “Quiet Zone” is a railroad segment where the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) requires all train engineers to refrain from sounding the 4-note horn warning (2 long – 1 short – 1 long) required when approaching a roadway crossing.
  • The City is working towards having the entire SunRail corridor within the City limits become a Quiet Zone.

Safety First

  • The City has installed enhanced safety features within the Quiet Zone, including adding extra crossing arms and signage to prevent cars and pedestrians from crossing when the gate is down.
  • Bells will continue to sound at the roadway crossings in the Quiet Zone as the train approaches.
  • Horns will be used in the Quiet Zone when entering or leaving a station, when passing another train, or for emergencies.

Location of Orlando Quiet Zone

The Quiet Zone is in place for the following public crossings*:

  • Wilkinson Street
  • King Street
  • Rollins Street
  • Princeton Street

* all East of Orange Avenue

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