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SunRail weekday service extends, push for weekend service.


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SunRail train leaving the Winter Park station. Photo: Creative Commons.

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Last month, Sunrail extended their evening weekday service. The change comes after a public clamor for additional service on the commuter rail line- which is still in it’s first year of operation.

Now there’s a push for weekend service as well.

Dan Tracy, Orlando Sentinel Transportation Reporter; David Porter, Publisher of SunRailRiders.com; and Erika Spence from the Winter Park Chamber of Commerce join 90.7’s Matthew Peddie to talk about the impact of extended service of SunRail – and the cost of future expansion.


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