Sunrail To Resume Service With Modified Schedule – Monday, October 3, 2022

ORLANDO, Fla. – SunRail will resume service with a modified schedule beginning Monday, October 3, 2022. Due to track damage sustained during Hurricane Ian, service will run between the DeBary and Meadow Woods stations while repairs are completed on the southernmost portion of the Central Florida Rail Corridor.

The modified schedule may be viewed on All train times between the DeBary and Meadow Woods stations will remain the same as prior to the storm, however service will not run to the Tupperware, Kissimmee, or Poinciana stations. A LYNX Bus Bridge has been established and will service the Tupperware, Kissimmee, and Poinciana stations until the track repairs are complete.

The repairs are expected to take several weeks, and updates will be provided as soon as service to the southern stations may safely resume.

Regular SunRail fares apply and those with travel passes affected by this change may contact Customer Service to discuss options to place their pass on hold until full service resumes. Customer Service hours are Monday – Friday 5:30am – 9:30pm and they may be contacted by phone at 1-855-724-5411 or by email to

LYNX bus service will continue to run however they may need to modify routes. For the latest LYNX service updates, please visit or call 407-841-5969.

The Sanford Trolley will resume normal service on Monday, October 3, 2022.

Please remember to exercise caution around trains and railroad crossings by keeping off the tracks and obeying all signs and signals. Be smart. Be safe.

Learn about service updates and other SunRail information by following @RideSunRail, visiting, and downloading the official SunRail app.

Questions? Please contact the FDOT Public Information Office at or 386-943-5593.