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1 North Florida AACEi

2 Project History July 18, 2011 – Phase I FFGA signed at Florida Hospital ceremonies Nov. 3, 2011 – FDOT purchased the corridor from CSXT – Now responsible for all maintenance and operations Jan. 27, 2012 – Groundbreaking Ceremonies held – Construction activities now underway July 29, 2013 – FDOT took over dispatch operations on the SunRail corridor from CSXT

3 Corridor and track work – Complete Vehicle testing – Underway Stations – 95 – 100 percent complete Project Update

4 Stations Station Amenities Platforms with canopies Ticket vending machines Water fountains Passenger assist and emergency phones System announcement signs and speakers Closed circuit television cameras Free Parking Seven of the 12 stations in Phase I Suburban stations

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9 PHASE 1 PHASE 2 NORTH PHASE 2 SOUTH LEGEND Stations Parking Provided Maintenance Facility Option Layover Facility Option Phase 1 Alignment Phase 2 North Alignment Phase 2 South Alignment P L Phase I (begins May 1, 2014) DeBary to Sand Lake Road Phase II (target 2016) North – DeBary to Deland South – Sand Lake Road to Poinciana Establishes a commuter rail spine to build upon in the future Potential connections throughout the region and state System Map

10 Regional Benefits Provides an alternative to I-4, especially during rush hour and “Ultimate I-4” construction Expected to serve as many commuters as one-lane of I-4 Opens up travel and commuting options regionwide

11 Role of SunRail in Regional Economy Connects existing businesses (>100,000 jobs) with expanded regional talent pool Connects more than 500,000 residents to expanded job opportunities adjacent to stations Enhances quality of life in cities and communities Accommodates future growth and development around stations

12 Passenger Amenities Double-decker trains ADA, luggage and bicycle accommodations Wireless Internet connectivity Restroom facilities Environmentally friendly

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16 All Aboard SunRail! Weekday service with the flexibility, depending on funding, to provide special excursion trains Peak service 30-minute peak service in each direction: 5:00 a.m. – 9:40 a.m. 3:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. Off-peak service 2-hour off-peak service in each direction

17 All Aboard SunRail! Tap On/Tap Off Technology – Smart Card – Fares deducted from your account – Conductor/fare inspector on board checking cards – Integrated with Transit Providers (LYNX and VoTran) $2.00 base fare with a $1.00 zone charge for travel between counties Discounts include seniors, children, disabled, employer bulk purchase, frequent riders

18 All Aboard SunRail! Choose a Fare Plan – Stored Value – Weekly – Monthly – Annual – One-way/round trip

19 All Aboard SunRail! Purchase Your SunCard – SunRail City Center 201 N. Magnolia Ave. Orlando (now available) – (by May 1) – Ticket Vending Machine at stations (by May 19) – Participating retail outlets (this fall)

20 SunRail Commuter Benefits Productive or leisure time during your commute Predictable travel times Save on: – Parking with free parking at SunRail suburban stations – Fuel and vehicle costs

21 Project Update Transit-Oriented Development (TOD) – High-density, mixed-use development around SunRail stations – There will be a TOD implementation plan for each station – Advancing private and public development near SunRail stations – Providing technical advice – Meeting with local jurisdictions

22 TOD Planned/Pending

23 Media Plan Pre-Launch Campaign – Builds momentum – September 1, 2013 – April 30, 2014 Launch Campaign – Begins May 1, 2014

24 SunRail Safety Trains can’t stop quickly, but you can! – Pedestrian and driver safety Train tracks are private property. – Personal safety near railroad tracks

25 RideSunRail Social Media Program Follow us on: facebook.com/RideSunRail youtube.com/RideSunRail foursquare.com/RideSunRail pinterest.com/RideSunRail flickr.com/photos/RideSunRail

26 Contact Us 407– 487– 4035


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