Explore Your Options
The reconstruction of Interstate 4 (I-4) is improving connectivity and adding much-needed capacity throughout the 21-mile corridor. Interested in doing even more to help reduce traffic congestion? We can all do our part by considering alternatives to driving. Here are a few options.
SunRail, Central Florida’s commuter rail service, offers an easy and affordable alternative to driving. The system operates Monday through Friday over 49 miles with 16 stations through Volusia, Seminole, Orange, and Osceola counties. For more information, please visit www.SunRail.com.
With more than 105,000 passenger trips each weekday, LYNX has been a leader in Central Florida public transportation for decades. LYNX offers 77 daily local bus routes in Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties. Other LYNX services include FastLink, a weekday commuter service designed to reduce stops along specific corridors; LYMMO, a free downtown Orlando circulator; a Vanpool commuter assistance program; the ACCESS LYNX program for individuals with disabilities; and NeighborLink, a service for residents of less populated areas.
Visit www.GoLYNX.com to plan your next trip.
Bike Share/Scooter Share
Looking for an active alternative to driving in downtown Orlando? Dockless bike share and scooter share options are available. Bikes and scooters provide convenient “last-mile” connectivity, making these services an environmentally friendly complement to public transit. Most companies offer smartphone applications that riders can use to locate a bike or scooter, unlock it, and pay for the trip. Please visit the City of Orlando’s Bike Share/Scooter Share Pilot Program page to learn more and view a list of participating vendors.
reThink Your Commute
reThink Your Commute, a program of the Florida Department of Transportation, promotes smart transportation solutions for Central Florida’s workforce. reThink Your Commute brings together businesses and employees to explore the shared benefits of carpooling, vanpooling, riding transit, biking, walking, and telecommuting. Whether you are a commuter interested in carpooling or an employer who wants to create a commuter benefits program, reThink Your Commute can help you get started.