Welcome to beautiful Central Florida. We hope you enjoy your stay.
While you are in town the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority (LYNX) will be home to your public transportation needs. Please use the free weekly pass provided in your welcome packet to visit all of the region's offerings. Best of all ... we will get you there.
You will want to ride Link 111 from the airport to hotels near the Orange County Convention Center. Beginning in mid-September you will be able to plan your trip using the Google Maps on our golynx.com website.
For those eligible visitors who need paratransit service we offer ACCESS LYNX. To schedule your appointment please call 407-423-TRIP. Your free weekly pass also is valid for ACCESS LYNX service.
A few popular destinations you may want to visit on our buses:
- Florida Mall Links 4, 7, 37, 42, and 111
- Gatorland Link 4
- International Drive Links 8, 38, 42, 50, 58 and 111
- Mall at Millenia Links 24 and 40
- Orange County Convention Center Links 8, 38, 42, 58 and 111 (quickest trip)
- Orlando International Airport Links 11, 41, 42, 51 and 111 (quickest trip)
- Orlando Premium Outlet Links 8 and 42
- Premium Outlets International Links 8, 24 and 42
- SeaWorld Links 8, 50 and PickUpLine 641
- Universal Orlando Links 21, 37 and 40
- Walt Disney World Resort Links 50, 56 and 111
A little about us, the LYNX Chairman is Seminole County Commissioner Carlton Henley and John M. Lewis Jr. is the CEO.
Our 265 buses operate daily on 63 local bus routes called Links. LYNX provides public transportation services for Orange, Seminole and Osceola counties. Daily fixed-route local bus service provides more than 85,000 passenger trips each weekday spanning an area of approximately 2,500 square miles with a resident population of more than 1.8 million. Small portions of Lake, Polk and Volusia counties are served as well.
Other LYNX services include LYMMO, a free downtown Orlando circulator; a commuter assistance Vanpool program; ACCESS LYNX paratransit Service; nine PickUpLine community circulators; Xpress service from Lake and Volusia counties; and the Road Rangers sponsored by State Farm roadside assistance program on Interstate 4.