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SunRail is going to make this a great year for some Orlando Magic fans.
Thanks to SunRail’s adjusted schedule that came with the Southern Expansion this summer, some fans will now be able to use SunRail to go to games and come home from the Amway Center.
In the past, the SunRail didn’t run late enough for fans to be able to take the train home after the game.
But now fans who live north of downtown Orlando will be able to take SunRail both ways to Magic games played on weekday nights. (Still no weekend service smh.)
The last SunRail northbound train leaves downtown Orlando at 10:30 p.m. stopping at stations at Florida Hospital, Winter Park, Maitland, Altamonte Springs, Longwood, Lake Mary, Sanford, and DeBary.
What about those who live south of the Church Street station in south Orange and Osceola County? You’re still out of luck when it comes to taking the train home because the last southbound SunRail train leaves Church Street at 9 p.m.
The Orlando Magic will be playing an exhibition game against the Memphis Grizzlies next Wednesday, Oct. 10.
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