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LYNX Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority. Family of Services. Flex-Bus Circulators. Family of Services. * Flex-Bus Circulator increase partially due to the implementation of new service areas. LYNX Moves People. Providing Service in:

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LYNX

Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority


Family of Services

Flex-Bus

Circulators


Family of Services

* Flex-Bus Circulator increase partially due to the implementation of new service areas.


LYNX Moves People

  • Providing Service in:

  • Orange, Osceola, Seminole Lake and Volusia Counties.

  • 2,500 square mile service area

  • 270 buses

  • 4,441 bus stops

    • Orange (incl. Orlando) 3310 stops

    • Seminole 626 stops

    • Osceola 467 stops

  • 626 bus shelters

    • Orange (incl. Orlando) 403 shelters

    •  Seminole 103 shelters

    •  Osceola118 shelters


Regional Population Growth

Florida Office of Economic and Demographic Research


Increased Commuting

Central Floridais

dominated

by over 26,000

miles of roads


Major Initiatives

  • Long Range Plan

  • Sun Rail

  • Bus Rapid Transit Studies

  • Right Sizing the Fleet

  • Express / Community Circulators

  • Real-time Technology


APPROACHES TO TRANSIT

  • Transit Emphasis Corridor Routes

    These rapid routes are the backbone of the proposed transit vision and will operate on 15 major workforce corridors with headways of 30 minutes or less.

  • Regional Routes (Express Routes)

    Create a network of express routes to provide non-stop or limited stops to and from major regional activity centers.

  • Community Circulators (Pick-Up Line)

    Nine and counting…neighborhood circulators privately operated with “right-sized” vehicles to connect people from their front door to jobs, education, healthcare and shopping.


15 Corridors – Long Range Plan


SunRail – Commuter Rail


Bus Rapid Transit Expansion Studies

  • Connections to SunRail and Transit

  • Downtown Orlando andsurrounding area, including:

    • Residential areas such asParramore, Thornton Park andCollege Park

    • Activity centers:

      • Florida Hospital

      • Orlando Health

      • Amway Center

      • Performing Arts Center

      • Creative Village

      • Sodo

      • Mills Park

North Options

South Options


East/West Corridor Alternatives

a. Central Blvd./Church St. (via Rosalind Ave.)

b. South St./Central Blvd.

www.lymmostudy.com


Technology / Real-Time Bus Information


Fuel Costs

ARRA Funding has Ended

Medicaid Reform

Health Care

How to Maintain Current Service Levels

Future Satellites Facilities

Ongoing Union Contract Negotiations

Financial Challenges


Operating Budget - Revenue

$112,996,516


Operating Budget - Expense

$112,996,516


Thank you


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