After two weeks in operation, SunRail has carried more than 95,000 passengers. Here's a brief look at Florida's new $1.2 billion, 31.5-mile commuter rail system.
"SunRail has carried more than 95,000 passengers through Metro Orlando during its first nine days of operations.
No one paid for the rides, which remain free through Friday. The base one-way fare of $2 goes into effect Monday.
The $1.2 billion commuter train has averaged more than 10,500 riders a day, more than double the 4,300 SunRail officials had anticipated."
Full article: http://www.orlandosentinel.com/news/local/sunrail/os-sunrail-ridership-numbers-20140514,0,143813.story
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