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The Florida Department of Transportation is announcing additional evening SunRail service on Tuesday, June 18, 2019 as President Donald Trump holds an event at the Amway Center in downtown Orlando.
SunRail will operate its normal service schedule until 10:00 p.m. Beginning at 10:00 p.m., SunRail will operate three northbound and three southbound trains departing exclusively from Church Street Station.
After departing Church Street Station, trains will be drop off service to all stations only, meaning station stops will be limited only to passengers exiting the train at their final destinations.
Trains will not be picking up additional passengers along the way. The nighttime train schedule is as follows:
Northbound Church Street Station Platform (north of South Street):
· 10:15 p.m.· 10:30 p.m.· 10:45 p.m.Station stops at: LYNX Central, AdventHealth, Winter Park, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Lake Mary, Sanford, DeBary
Southbound Church Street Station Platform (south of South Street):
· 10:00 p.m.· 10:15 p.m.· 10:45 p.m.Station stops at: Orlando Health/Amtrak, Sand Lake Road, Meadow Woods, Tupperware, Kissimmee/Amtrak, Poinciana
SunRail anticipates higher than normal volume on all trains throughout the day. To ensure safety, SunRail reserves the right to limit onboard storage of bicycles and strollers during special events or times when trains are crowded. Additional staff will be on hand to provide assistance. Bus connections may not be available during the additional service times. Please check https://www.golynx.com/.
Please be careful around trains, railroad crossings, and while at station platforms. Be smart. Be safe. For more information about SunRail, including fares, schedule and station locations, please visit http://www.sunrail.com or download the new SunRail app.
This article first appeared on sunrailriders.blogspot.com
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