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SunRail Extends Commuter Service to Osceola County


The SunRail commuter train opened its southern expansion on July 30 to serve Osceola County, adding 17.2 miles and four new stations: Meadow Woods, Tupperware, Kissimmee and Poinciana.

A new schedule now in effect features more midday time slots as well as service later at night. The schedule, information about fares and station locations are posted at www.sunrail.com.

SunRail previously carried about 3,500 riders a day, and the new routes are expected to add almost 2,000, according to news reports. Before the addition, SunRail service ran 32 miles, stopping at 12 stations from DeBary in Volusia County to Sand Lake Road south of Orlando.

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