As the region continues to safely reopen businesses and reduce restrictions, LYNX will resume operating a normal schedule and routing starting on May 11.
LYNX will not charge fares through the end of May.
Locally, NeighborLink 632 will be temporarily extended to serve Kissimmee Intermodal Station, leaving hourly from 6:20 a.m. to 9:20 p.m.
Passengers who normally utilize Links 18 and 57 between Kissimmee and Osceola Parkway should use this service. More details here.
Those who use the NeighborLink to the Tupperware SunRail station will need to reserve a ride for their return trip.
LYNX will follow all recommendations set forth by the Center for Disease Control (CDC) and local health departments to safely move passengers throughout Central Florida. If customers are sick or travel isn’t essential, the agency requests those customers to please stay home or not ride LYNX.
To protect bus operators and riders the agency will require rear door entry unless ramp access is needed, seating in designated spots only and allow a maximum number of passengers based on bus size. The agency will continue to encourage passengers to wear a face mask or covering while on board.
For those traveling into Orlando’s LYNX Central Station, its terminal lobby is still closed to the public.
The LNYX Schedule book has routes and schedules.