SunRail added extra service Monday, June 12th, to accommodate those attending Pulse one-year anniversary events, including the Pulse remembrance ceremony at Lake Eola Park. This is an addition to the regularly scheduled trains, which may also offer options for those traveling to and from the downtown Orlando area.
SunRail ran the additional service out of Church Street station at 9:47 p.m. heading southbound, and at 10:15p.m. heading northbound from Sand Lake Road station. The southbound train typically stops at Orlando Health and Sand Lake Road stations. The northbound train stops at all stations to the DeBary station, arriving at 11:18 p.m. The full schedule is below:
Regular train fares applied.
In addition, the Florida Department of Transportation’s I-4 Ultimate project postponed construction activities that would impacted travel in the downtown Orlando area, and coordinated with the City of Orlando and Orlando Police.
SunRail offered the extra service in support of Orlando United Day – A Day of Love and Kindness, an initiative by the City of Orlando and Orange County Government, as well as the community.