Orlando, Fla – SunRail expects to resume its normal service for customers on Tuesday, August 4—beginning with the regular 5:06 a.m. southbound train from Sanford as well as the 5:30 a.m. southbound train from DeBary. The first northbound train will leave Poinciana at the usual time of 5:45 a.m.
This Saturday, crews will begin work to prepare the corridor and render it safe prior to the impending storm. Hurricane Isaias preparations include:
Crews are working to bring the 61.5-mile Central Florida Rail Corridor back online following Hurricane Isaias. This includes restoring equipment and gates at 127 railroad crossings. SunRail trains, as well as Amtrak and CSX freight trains use this corridor.
On Monday, August 3, businesses and residents along the rail corridor can expect to see SunRail test trains running. These trains will not be running on a set schedule, nor will they be picking up passengers. Trains are testing the corridor to make sure everything is working properly for Tuesday.
For those who have active SunRail weekly, monthly and annual passes, SunRail is working to credit the day this week that SunRail did not run. This is also a great time for riders to register their SunCards, so they can view their information, and have the benefits of being registered. Customers may view SunCard accounts by logging into the eCustomer website at https://account.sunrail.com/ecustomer_enu. Customers may also view accounts via the new SunRail app or they may contact SunRail’s Customer Service Center at 1-(855)-724-5411 / firstname.lastname@example.org.
SunRail thanks its customers for their patience during this recent storm event. For more on the progress and resumption of service, go to www.SunRail.com.
For questions, please contact Public Information Officer, Jessica Ottaviano, at 386-943-5473 or