Four more stops added as Sunrail opens southern expansion

Written by Railway Age Staff
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Poinciana, one of four new stations on SunRail's southern expansion. Photo: SunRail

SunRail inaugurated service on its southern expansion Monday, with four new stations added to the timetable on the commuter line running in the Orlando area.

The Orlando-area commuter operator’s new 17-mile route runs from Meadow Woods in Orange County to Tupperware, Kissimmee and Poinciana in Osceola County.

A new schedule, now in effect, features more mid-day time slots, as well as service later at night. SunRail is also offering a “First 50 Free” promotion to riders whose trip originates at any of the four new southern stations starting Monday, and running through August 17.

Sunrail now operates a total of 32 miles of track serving 16 stations.

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