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Here’s a brief overview with some of the most important things to know about SunRail and a look at what’s ahead.
- SunRail is a Central Florida passenger rail system serving the City of Orlando, Volusia, Seminole, Orange counties, and soon Osceola County.
- SunRail Phase 1 officially opened for service May 1, 2014.
- SunRail Phase 1 covers 32 miles from City of Debary in Volusia County to Sand Lake Road in Orange County.
- SunRail Phase 1 includes 12 stations – View Phase 1 Stations.
- SunRail Phase 2 will add another 5 stations – View Phase 2 South Stations / View Phase 2 North Stations.
- SunRail Phase 2 North will extend service from the City of DeBary to the City of DeLand in Volusia County.
- SunRail Phase 2 South will extend service from Sand Lake Road in Orange County to Poinciana in Osceola County.
- SunRail Planned Phase 2 expansion will make it a 61.5 mile passenger rail system, and bring the total number of stations to 17.
- SunRail currently runs 36 train trips per day, Monday through Friday, excluding holidays – View Our Schedule.
- SunRail has competitive pricing compared to driving a vehicle