Expanded Free Downtown LYMMO Service Now Available

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This weekend service began on an extension to the existing Orange Line LYMMO into the North Quarter.

LYMMO was developed to provide free public transportation around the Downtown area. As the metropolitan area grows and diversifies, so must transportation options. Expanding transportation to the North Quarter District is essential to the future growth of Downtown.

This area is growing fast – take a look around and you’ll notice hotels, office space, restaurants and future development on the way. The extended Orange Line will serve residents and visitors alike, connecting the North Quarter District to Downtown’s Central Business District and providing greater mobility and accessibility. Not only will this service new office and residential developments in the North Quarter District, but will also help to spur future development and redevelopment in the area.

The expansion consists of 5 LYMMO stations: Courthouse/Lake Eola Heights, Boys & Girls Club, Marks Street Senior Center, SteelHouse and Concord Street and Orange Avenue.

To view the updated route and stops, please click here.

In the near future, LYMMO will break ground on a new route called the Lime Line. The Lime Line will provide another transportation option for the community that will provide convenient access to LYNX Central Station, SunRail, the Parramore neighborhood, FAMU College of Law and the Creative Village.

Enhancing and expanding transportation options in Orlando remains a key focus area for our City and I’m glad to that we have taken one step further with this expansion.

– Buddy Dyer, Mayor







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