KISSIMMEE, Fla. – SunRail hopes to have rail service restored by the end of the month to its southernmost destinations, following damage from Hurricane Ian.
The commuter rail line released new aerial pictures of the damage near the Kissimmee station Friday, showing an area under the tracks that collapsed during the storm.
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SunRail reopened its Tupperware station north of Downtown Kissimmee on Wednesday, and it is providing LYNX bus bridge service to the Kissimmee and Poinciana stations.
Thank you for your patience as track repairs are underway between the Kissimmee and Poinciana station. Every effort is being made to restore full service as quickly and safely as possible by late October. Continue to check back for updates. #RideSunRail pic.twitter.com/nfKc0jawiK— SunRail (@RideSunRail) October 7, 2022
SunRail earlier this week said the repairs would take weeks. On Friday, SunRail said it hoped to restore full service possibly by late October.
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