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Transportation around Orlando

Orlando International Airport (MCO)

Orlando International Airport (MCO) is an international airport 6 miles southeast of Orlando. It is the second-busiest airport in the state of Florida, after Miami International Airport, the 13th-busiest airport in the United States and the 29th-busiest airport in the world by passenger traffic. [Airport map]

Orlando International Airport atrium

City bus service

LYNX is a bus system run by the Central Florida Regional Transportation Authority, serving the greater Orlando, Florida area, Orange, Seminole, and Osceola counties with limited service to Lake, Volusia, and Polk counties. Bus routes are referred to as Links. The standard adult one-way fare is $2 with free single transfers valid for 90 minutes (not valid on the same Link or for round trips). LYNX runs the zero-fare LYMMO Bus (Link 31) in Downtown Orlando, connecting many downtown destinations to parking and the LYNX Central Station by controlling traffic signals on a three-mile route along a fully separate right-of-way. All LYNX buses (Links), except the LYMMO, have bike racks (2 - 3 bike capacity) for use at no extra charge.

Bus stop signs are designed with a lynx paw in place of the traditional bus stop signs, which show a bus; although, some new signs have been placed, adding the paw to the traditional sign. Also, the route numbers (Links) are usually attached to the bus stop signs.

A route map is available here (note it is a large, 5MB file). Additional route planning tools are available on the Lynx website.

Shuttle to Hotels

There are a number of shuttle services that provide service to the Orlando International Airport. One of them is SuperShuttle. Note that advance reservations are required. For more details, please click here.

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