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LYNX Bus Orlando

Lynx Bus Orlando

LYNX is Central Florida's bus system and considered one of the least expensive ways to get around the tri-county area for both locals and visitors in Orlando.

Operated by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority, LYNX Bus Orlando serves the City of Orlando, Orange, Seminole, Osceola and Lake counties and small portions of Polk and Volusia counties as well.

With a fleet of more than 301 air-conditioned buses, LYNX provides daily service on 72 local routes. Buses run in 15, 30 and 60-minute intervals, depending on location. LYNX also operates LYMMO, a free circulator bus in Downtown Orlando, NeighborLink, Kissimmee Connector, FastLink and a host of other transit services.

All links are wheelchair accessible.
Air-conditioned coaches
Offer Free Wi-Fi
Children 6 years and under ride free (limit 3) when accompanied by an adult passenger.

Orlando Bus Fares

(LYNX April 21, 2024 Update)

$ 2024 LYNX Bus Fare

Single Ride - $2.00 with LYNX discount fare ID $1.00
Have exact fare ready. Bus operators cannot make change and no change can be returned. Only one-dollar and five-dollar bills are accepted.

Transfer FREE
Ask driver for a transfer when boarding. Note: Transfers are limited to 90 minutes.Transfers are not valid on the same link or for round trip purposes.

Orlando Bus Pass

Please note:
Pass is activated upon first use.
Passes are non-refundable.
LYNX does not replace or offer refunds for lost, stolen, unused, or damaged LYNX passes..
Passes may be confiscated by the operator.
Passes are Valid only for period printed on back.

LYNX Bus Transfers Orlando

Transfer - FREE

LYMMO Bus Orlando

LYNX Transfers are FREE!. Ask the Operator for a transfer when boarding.
Transfers are limited to 90 minutes and apply to all riders.
Make sure to check for the time expiration stamped on the back of the transfer ticket.
Transfers are not valid on the same link or for round trip purposes.
Transfers are not necessary for pass users.
You cannot use a transfer on Xpress routes.

Where can I buy LYNX Buses Passes?

Through the LYNX PawPass app - Customers may purchase digital bus passes on their smartphone via the LYNX PawPass app
Various Physical location throughout Orlando - Lynx Buses Passes - All other locations
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Note: All-Day passes are only available by request from the Bus Operator when boarding.

If you are wondering where to buy Lynx Bus Pass on International Drive and surrounding vicinity, Here is a list of Lynx Pass Locations.

LYNX Discounted Fares and Passes

LYNX offer discounted fares and passes to the following riders:
Disabled, Income Qualified, Seniors, Students (K-12)
Youth Fare applies to riders aged 18 and younger. Riders aged 6 and under ride free.
All Discounted Fare Riders must have a valid LYNX ID to purchase and use a discounted fare.

Students (K-12)
The Youth Fare is available seven days a week and has no time restrictions.
All Youth over the age of ten (10) must have a LYNX ID.

Children (Age 6 and under)
Children six and under may ride free when accompanied by an adult. No more than three children may ride free per adult. Children six and under must pay $1.00 when not accompanied by an adult.

LYNX 312 Route - What you need to know

Link 312 is the new route that replaced Link 302 to/from Disney University and Disney Springs.

The new Link 302 – Disney Direct/Rosemont/Magic Kingdom (Orange County) route – now operate between Rosemont SuperStop and Disney Springs Transfer Center.

Continued service to Disney resorts will be provided by Link 312 and Disney Transportation.

LYNX 312 Bus Orlando

The new Link 312 – Disney Direct/Ocoee (Orange County) – Outbound Route will operate from West Oaks Mall SuperStop to Disney Springs via:

West Colonial Drive,
S.R. 429, Winter Garden Village,
Winter Garden Vineland Road,
Ficquette Road,
Reams Road,
World Drive
Buena Vista Drive.

There is one trip leaving West Oaks Mall SuperStop at 6:10 a.m. and one trip leaving Disney Springs at 5:20 p.m. This route will replace Link 302 to/from Disney University and Disney Springs.

Orlando Bus Routes

Lynx Bus Orlando

LYNX Bus Bay Assignments
Apopka SuperStop
Link 44 - Bays B and E
Link 405 - Bays C and D
Link 436N - Bay F
Colonial Plaza SuperStop
Link 6 - Bays C and D
Link 13 - Bays B and E
Link 51 - Bays C and D
Link 104 - Bays A and F
Disney Springs Transfer Center
Link 300 - Bays 7 and 11
Link 301 - Bay 11
Link 302 - Bay 10
Link 303 - Bay 9
Link 304 - Bay 8
Link 306 - Bay 4
Link 312 - Bay 5
Link 350 - Bay 6
LYNX Central Station
Link 19 - Bay Q
Link 20 - Bay G
Link 21 - Bay C
Link 25 - Bay G
Link 28 - Bay L
Link 29 - Bay L
Link 36 - Bay H
Link 38 - Bay B
Link 40 - Bay H
Link 48 - Bay N
Link 49 - Bay N
FastLink 441 - Bay C
Universal Studios Orlando
Universal Orlando is serviced by Links 21, 37, 38, 40, and 303.
SeaWorld Orlando
SeaWorld is serviced by Links 8, 111, 350 and NeighborLink 641
Walt Disney World Resort
Walt Disney World Resort is serviced by Links 56, 300 and 312
Orange County Convention Center
Orange County Convention Center is serviced by Links 8, 38, 42 , 111 and 350
Lynx Bus Service to Orlando Attractions
Amway Center - Links 20, 36, 40 and LYMMO Grapefruit
Camping World Stadium - Links 20, 21, 36 and 107
Disney Springs - Links 300, 301, 302, 303, 304, 306, 312 and 350
Florida Mall - Links 108, 7, 37, 42, 107, 111, 418 and FastLink 441
Fun Spot America - Links 8, 37 and 42
Gatorland - Link 108
ICON Park - Links 8, 38, and 42
International Drive - Links 8, 24, 37, 38, 42, 111, 350 and NeighborLink 641
Mall at Millenia - Links 24 and 40
Old Town in Kissimmee - Links 55 and 56
Orange County Convention Center - Links 8, 38, 42, 111 and 350
Orlando International Airport - Links 11, 42, 51, 111, 407 and 436S
Orlando Museum of Art - Link 125
Orlando Science Center - Link 125
SeaWorld Orlando - Links 8, 111, 350 and NeighborLink 641
The Loop - Link 155, NeighborLink 831
Universal Orlando - Links 21, 37, 38, 40 and 303
Walt Disney World Resort - Links 56, 300 and 312
Taking LYNX From Orlando International Airport

LYNX Buses at Orlando International Airport are available on the Ground Transportation Level (Level 1), of the airport's Main Terminal on the A-Side at commercial lane spaces A38 - A41. Fare cost is $2.00 per person.

From Orlando International Airport, you can take a LYNX bus to the following destinations:
Destination Parkway - Link 42, 111
Downtown Orlando - Link 51
LYNX Central Station - Link 11, 51
Florida Mall - Link 42, 111
Orange County Convention Center - Link 111
Premium Outlets - Link 42
Sand Lake Road SunRail Station - Link 11, 42, 111
SeaWorld - Link 111

To Downtown Orlando, take:

Lynx bus 11 departs via Orange Avenue (Every 30 minutes)
Lynx bus 51 departs via Conway Rd (Every 60 minutes)

To International Drive, take:

Lynx bus 42 - (Every 30 minutes)

Other Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to Orlando Greyhound Station from Orlando International Airport

Take Lynx bus 11 to North Garland Avenue, then take Lynx bus 25 to 500 John Young Parkway. The Greyhound station Orlando is across the road at 555 N. John Young Parkway. The Orlando Greyhound station is approximately 13 miles From Orlando International Airport.

How do I get to Orlando Amtrak Station From Orlando International Airport
Take Lynx 11 from Orlando Airport to Orange Avenue and Columbia Street. The Amtrak station is approximately half a mile from the bus stop, down Columbia Street then left onto 1400 Sligh Blvd. The Amtrak station is approximately 12 miles From Orlando International Airport.

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Lynx Christmas Day Holiday Schedule

Lynx will be operating a holiday schedule on Christmas Day and will resume regular scheduled hours on December 26.

Lynx New Year's Day Schedule

Lynx will be operating a holiday schedule on New Year's Day and will resume our regular scheduled hours on January 2.

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