Transportation at Orlando International Airport: The Ground Transportation level is level 1of both terminals A & B.  Shuttle vans are parked at A9-10 & A36-37, and at B9-10 & B40-41.  For more information call the Mears Transport Group at 407-423-5566 or visit:  www.mearstransportation.com.  Shuttle service is available for hotels & some out-of-town destinations:
- Free hotel shuttles are located on the B-side of the Main Terminal, on Ground Transportation Level, Level 1 ('GT11'), at Commercial Lane spaces B42-B47.
Out-of-town shuttles
are available at both the A and B sides of the Main Terminal, on GT-1, at Commercial Lanes spaces A15 on the A-Side, and B13 on the B-side. However, they exclude the following destinations: Walt Disney World, International Drive, Universal Studios, Lake Buena Vista, Downtown Orlando, US 192 (extending to US 27) & other locations within Orange, Osceola and Seminole counties.

By Bus: 
Local public Lynx buses with red color at front -  are located At Terminal A, level 1, at  Commercial Lane spaces A38-A41 and serve the following areas: (current bus fare is $2):
  - To Downtown Orlando (40 mins): Lynx bus 11 via Orange Avenue;  Lynx bus 51via Conway;
  - To International Drive (60 mins):  Lynx Bus 42 .
  - To Forida Mall /Sea World (45 mins): Lynx bus 111.
  - To new Sand Lake Road SunRail Station* (3 miles from Airport)take the local Lynx bus stopping at Terminal A, level 1, at Commercial Lane spaces A38-41.
Local buses are also available to Winter Park/ Maitland; Lake Buena Vista, Kissimmee, Disney's Maingate, & Walt Disney World.

By Train:
* SunRail runs between DeBary (northwest of Sanford) and Sand Lake Road)  For more information on SunRail service call 1-855--RAIL-411 or visit:  sunrail.com/default.aspx.  NOTE: The Lynx bus located on the A-side of the Terminal, at level 1, commercial lane spaces A38-A41 - connects to the Sand Lake Road SunRail station.
For Amtrak service located at 250 Columbia Street, Orlando, you can take the Lynx bus to Sand Lake Road's SunRail Station, board the train & get off on next stop (Orlando Health/Amtrak).

NOTE: Work started in Fall 2015  to connect passengers to four rail systems - including the 'All Aboard Florida' train and the SunRail.

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