The SunRail Maitland Station is located near the current Parker Lumber site, just south of the Maitland Boulevard overpass, on U.S. Highway 17-92.SunRail Maitland Station Address
801 North Orlando Ave.
Maitland, FL 32751
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|**SunRail Maitland Schedule - last updated 10/24/21|
1 Purchase your ticket or SunCard at a Ticket Vending Machine (TVM). Once you have your ticket in-hand, locate one of the multiple validator units available at each station.
2 Tap On your ticket or SunCard at one of the ticket validators and wait for the beep. If you get a green check you are good to go!. If you get a red X, your ticket or SunCard is not accepted.
3 Board the Train
4 When you arrive at your destination, locate a validator unit on the platform. Tap your ticket again before exiting the station.
Note: Tapping Off at your destination will ensure you are charged the proper fare amount.
Making a connection from SunRail Station to Link buses is easy. Coordinated schedules with LYNX bus services provide seamless transfers.
LYNX riders on a feeder bus route to any SunRail station can transfer free within one county by swiping their bus fare media card at any SunRail ticket vending machine.
Transferring passengers that need to travel multi-county would need to pay $1.00 upgrade for crossing each county line on SunRail.
Note: SunRail does not operate on weekends and Federal Holidays.