LYNX bus route in Kissimmee to end operations

The Kissimmee Connector/Link 709 will close on Sept. 30

OSCEOLA COUNTY, Fla. – A Kissimmee LYNX bus service route will shut down at the end of September, according to transportation officials.

The Kissimmee Connector/Link 709 is ending operations on Sept. 30 due to a lack of funds in the 2023 budget, city officials told the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority.

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The soon-to-be defunct route made stops via Main Street and Central Avenue from 6:30 a.m. to 8:09 p.m. on weekdays at the Kissimmee Intermodal Facility, Osceola Regional Hospital and AdventHealth Kissimmee, according to the LYNX website.

Customers can plan a trip on a LYNX bus using the company’s trip planner or tracker app.

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