A Ride on the SunRail: DeBary to Sanford
On this episode of The Orlando Guy, I begin a new series of programs riding the SunRail and highlighting places of interest along the way. SunRail is a Central Florida passenger rail system serving the City of Orlando, Volusia, Seminole, Orange, and Osceola counties. Riders on the SunRail system use a stored-value card, in the form of a disposable ticket or a reloadable SunCard, to pay fares. The cost of SunRail tickets is based on the number of counties (zones) through which the rider will be traveling. SunRail uses a "tap on/tap off" system for ticketing. Riders must "tap on" at a validator unit at the station prior to boarding the train by tapping their ticket on the screen and waiting for the beep. Riders must again "tap off" at a validator unit with their ticket after disembarking at their destination before exiting the station. Reduced fares are available for seniors, students, and disabled riders.
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Hi! I'm Richard - Your travel guide in Orlando and Central Florida. My program focuses on "where to play", "where to stay", "where to eat" and other fun "Orlando 101" topics that help both visitors and locals get to know Orlando better!