SunRail Running Later Southbound Train Again for Game Nights
Back by Popular Demand for Magic Home Games Monday-Friday During 2019-2020 Season
Orlando, Fla – The Florida Department of Transportation (FDOT) has good news for SunRail riders along the southern expansion route. Beginning with the Orlando Magic regular season opener Oct. 23 against the Cleveland Cavaliers, FDOT is again running a special late-night SunRail train that leaves from the southbound Church Street Station. FDOT has decided to fully fund this additional train, as it enhances service for its southern customers who embraced this expanded service last season. The FDOT funding only covers the 2019-2020 regular season.
The later train service will coincide with all Orlando Magic regular season 2019-2020 home games at the Amway Center played Monday through Friday. If passengers—attending the game or staying downtown late—wish to take the southbound train home those nights, they should make their way to the southbound platform at Church Street Station, where the train will stage and leave for points south at 10:30 p.m. Regular fares apply.
The northbound route, where the last train normally leaves the northern Church Street Station platform at 10:30 p.m., will stay the same.
Please be careful around trains, railroad crossings, and while at station platforms. Let’s Go for Zero Distractions/Collisions/Trespassers.
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