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Vast Majority of Surveyed Residents Would Ride on Sunshine Corridor
Updates The Orlando Business Journal recently ran a survey of their readership, asking if “they would ride the proposed SunRail and Brightline shared corridor to local theme parks or the Orange County Convention Center.” The overwhelming answer was, “Yes!” Over 91% of...
New Community Development District Advances Vision for Transportation in Central Florida
Updates Universal Orlando Resort Advances Vision For Transportation In Central Florida Orlando’s Right Rail coalition and Universal Orlando Resort today announce significant progress toward realizing the vision of commuter rail connectivity throughout Central Florida...
The Best Mass Transit Solution for Central Floridians
In an exciting advancement of the Sunshine Corridor Program, the SunRail governing board voted unanimously to approve the shared rail corridor with SunRail and Brightline from Orlando International Airport to the International Drive/Orange County Convention Center area.
All Aboard for our Future
The Sunshine Corridor Program is a once in a lifetime opportunity for Central Florida to bring essential connectivity to one of the fastest growing regions in the US.
We’re on the Right Track
Hear from Greater Orlando Aviation Administration CEO Kevin Thibault about how The Sunshine Corridor Program and the Orlando International Airport’s Train Station will bring a wealth of new travel options to residents and visitors alike.
Nationally-Recognized Economist Views Sunshine Corridor Program as Fantastic Opportunity for Central Florida
Watch Sean Snaith, nationally-recognized economist and Director of the Institute for Economic Forecasting at the University of Central Florida, talk about this opportunity and some of the economic benefits it will bring to our region.
Orlando Mayor Backs Plan and Funding for New Transit Corridor and SunRail Expansion
Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer recently unveiled a presentation outlining his support for Orlando Right Rail’s supported high-speed rail route. This route includes stops at the Orange County Convention Center and a South International Drive station.
New Model Raises Concerns for Hunter’s Creek Residents
UpdatesA new model demonstrating Brightline’s proposed route has caused significant concern among residents of Hunter’s Creek. The model, recently unveiled at the Hunter’s Creek Town Hall, shows how Brightline’s proposed high-speed rail route would slice through the...
Expert Review Finds No Significant Cost Difference Between Routes
Brightline claims their proposed route along State Road 417 is cheaper than the preferred 528 route which includes the Convention Center. But that’s just not so. A newly completed, detailed review by three national engineering firms has found no substantial costs between the two…
Orlando’s Right Rail Launches with Definitive Stance
Orlando Business Journal recently spotlighted Orlando’s Right Rail campaign launch, reporting on our fight against Brightline’s harmful proposed State Road 417 route with our promotion of the State Road 528 route that intersects with International Drive. They noted our definitive…
The Full Case Against Brightline’s Proposed Route
Get the complete details about why we are opposed to Brightline’s alternative route and why it is bad for Central Florida, its residents, businesses and environment. These two documents outline point-by-point both the case against Brightline’s SR 417 route and the case for the preferred northern route.
Brightline’s Proposed 417 Route Faces Legal Complications
Our cause against Brightline’s proposed route recently received support in the form of a challenge to the Central Florida Expressway Authority’s legal right to give Brightline the right of way along State Road (SR) 417 to build its high-speed rail system.
Expressway Authority Unanimously Agrees to Delay Decision on Controversial Route
The Central Florida Expressway Authority board recently voted unanimously in support of transit solutions for our community, but cited the need for more time before endorsing or supporting any route on their owned and controlled property