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Intersection: SunRail Expansion

SunRail is getting ready to roll out its Southern expansion. Trains will begin picking up passengers at four new stations for the Central Florida commuter rail system at Meadow Woods, Tupperware, downtown Kissimmee and Poinciana next week. John Mica, former central Florida congressman and chair of the house transportation committee, joins us to talk about what the expansion could mean for ridership along SunRail and for the future of the system.
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A Jetblue plane taxis over the APM track to the South Terminal. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE

Intersection: Orlando International Airport’s Multi-Modal Future

Orlando International Airport’s new terminal – where airlines will begin service in 2021 – is designed to connect rail service to the airport. But how soon will trains roll into the terminal? Greater Orlando Aviation Authority CEO Phil Brown and senior director of Public Affairs and Community Relations Carolyn Fennell join us to discuss expansion plans and the future that airport leaders envision as a multi-modal transport hub for Central Florida.
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MCO Busy With Fourth Of July Travelers

We are in the midst of the busy Fourth of July travel season. Orlando International Airport projects passenger traffic to be up more than 5.5 percent over last year for a total of more than 1.5 million travelers over the holiday period. The busiest travel days are expected to be Saturday, July 1 and 8.
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