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As Hurricane Idalia strengthens on a path towards Florida, SunRail are suspending services

SunRail are suspending train services as major storm looks set make landfall as Category 3 Hurricane.


As Hurricane Idalia strengthens on a path towards Florida, SunRail are suspending services

As Tropical Storm Idalia continues to strengthen, with current forecasts predicting that the storm will bring life-threatening storm surges and dangerous winds to Florida, SunRail have announced that they are suspending services.


SunRail services will be suspended Tuesday, 8/29, as SunRail will begin working to prepare the corridor and render it safe prior to the impending storm.


For more information on how SunRail prepares for severe weather click here.


SunRail provides Central Florida with commuter rail service, Monday through Friday, along a 49-mile route from DeBary in Volusia County to Poinciana in Osceola County. Launched in May of 2014, SunRail currently has 16 stations in four counties, with four stations in the City of Orlando.


As Hurricane Idalia strengthens on a path towards Florida, SunRail are suspending services

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