Lynx is seeking input from transit passengers about potential expansion of and enhancements to the free Downtown Orlando Lymmo service.
Lymmo debuted in 1997 as the first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system in the nation. Nearly 20 years later, Lymmo has grown from a single route serving the Downtown core (now the Orange Line) to include two additional lines (Grapefruit Line serving Parramore & Thornton Park and the Lime Line serving Creative Village) and an offshoot of the Orange Line in the developing North Quarter.
Further expansion of the system to include new routes serving Downtown South (including Orlando Health, the Amtrak station, Sodo and Market at Southside), Mills Park (including Florida Hospital) and College Park is being proposed. Additionally, signal enhancements and other upgrades are being considered for the existing lines.
We’ve had a chance to review the proposals in detail and are very excited about what might be coming. We encourage you to weigh in and take the brief survey that Lynx has created. Lynx wants to make sure that the Lymmo expansion meets the needs of those who live, work, play and move around Downtown Orlando and adjacent communities.